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Most Comprehensive Annual Resource for CRNAs

Tuesday, September 16, 2008 General News J E 4
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AUSTIN, Texas, Sept. 15 Certified Registered NurseAnesthetists (CRNAs) across the United States have a chance to be part of themost comprehensive CRNA resource for their career development by registeringat http://www.CRNAresource.com and attending the Dannemiller MemorialEducation Foundation's Annual Fall Nurse Anesthetist Review and RegionalAnesthesia Hands-On Workshop on December 1-6, 2008 at the Westin Riverwalk inSan Antonio, Texas.

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The review course is the most comprehensive course for CRNAs in the UnitedStates and has been offered annually for 30 years in San Antonio. The courseis designed specifically for CRNAs to enhance knowledge in anesthesia and helpCRNAs transmit acquired knowledge from participation in the review andhands-on workshop into their clinical practice. CRNAs must complete at least40 hours of continuing education every two years to maintain theircertification.

CRNAs can easily register now at http://www.CRNAresource.com toparticipate in the only course in the United States that provides theopportunity to earn 40 continuing education credits upon completion of theentire program plus earn five valuable pharmacology credits. The 2008 eventis also offering a new hands-on session for ultrasound assisted regionalanesthesia. CRNAs can also visit http://www.CRNAresource.com to obtain themost up-to-date CRNA jobs, CRNA continuing medical education, CRNA news andother resources for CRNA education and career development.

"The meeting has been specifically designed in response to the commentsand requests of anesthetists attending previous programs; so, it is truly ameeting of enormous clinical value to all engaged in the practice ofanesthesia," says Scott Bonnallie, CEO of the Dannemiller Memorial EducationFoundation. "As always, an outstanding array of experts will present anupdate on current clinical challenges, pharmacology, regional techniques,legal and professional issues, and updates in pediatric and obstetricanesthesia."

The President of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Jackie S.Rowles, CRNA, MBA, FAAPM, will speak at the annual review about thepharmacology of epidural steroids, discuss professional issues and the CRNAfollowed by an open forum to provide an opportunity for participating CRNAprofessionals to ask questions and discuss issues facing the industry directlywith the Association President. The course director for this annual event isSandra M. Ouellette, CRNA, M.Ed., FAAN.

For the detailed program agenda and additional information regarding thisCRNA continuing education activity please visit http://www.CRNAresource.com orcall +1.866.313.0673 or contact by email at: info@CRNAresource.com

The Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation, based in San Antonio, isan accredited provider of the Accreditation Council for Continuing MedicalEducation (ACCME). Since 1984, the company has been dedicated to meeting theeducational needs of physicians and other healthcare professionals byproviding continuing medical education that is in full compliance with theguidelines of the ACCME, AMA and FDA. All educational activities sponsored byDannemiller are scientifically rigorous, free of commercial bias and developedby the company's vast network of physician thought-leaders who are committedto providing quality educational programs that improve the quality ofhealthcare provided to patients. Educational websites sponsored by the companyinclude http://www.pain.com, http://www.anesthesiologyonline.com andhttp://www.freeMedCme.com. For more information, visithttp://www.dannemiller.com or call 800-328-2308.

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