Minneapolis School of Anesthesia
48th Annual Student Organization Educational Seminar
7:30 – 8:00 Registration
8:00 – 8:10 Welcome
Craig O'Brien, BSN, RN
8:10 – 9:10 “Federal Govt Affairs Update: What is Happening on Capitol Hill”
9:10 – 9:30 Break
9:30 – 10:30 “All Things Peds. The Good. The Bad. And The Ugly”
10:30 - 11:30 “The Hidden Scar: Anesthesia and PTSD”
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch
12:30 – 1:30 “Army Corps Anesthesia: Being All You Can Be”
1:30 – 2:30 “Non-opioid Anesthesia Techniques for Anesthesia Providers Working in the Era of the Opioid Epidemic”
2:30 – 3:00 Break
3:00 – 4:00 “The Business of Anesthesia”
4:00 – 4:20 Kyle Wall, SRNA
4:20 – 4:40 Jordan Popp, SRNA
4:40 – 5:00 Judd Jones, SRNA
Eric Kern, APRN, CRNA, MNA
"Non-opioid Anesthesia Techniques for Anesthesia Providers Working in the Era of the Opioid Epidemic"
Discuss three evidence-based non-opioid techniques for providing analgesia in the perioperative period.
Identify two patient populations that opioid-free anesthesia techniques would be beneficial
Megan Flanigan MS, CRNA, APRN
"All Things Peds. The Good. The Bad. And The Ugly."
Identify the differences between the adult airway and the pediatric airway
Describe appropriate equipment needed based on child’s size
Describe the unique pharmacologic considerations for neonatal/pediatric patients
Discuss the etiology of hypothermia in infants and children. Discuss strategies to prevent and treat hypothermia in pediatrics
Mark G. Odden, BSN, MBA, ARNP, CRNA
"The Business of Anesthesia"
The business of anesthesia can be complex but not insurmountable. You may be thinking of a change to a different practice setting, a greater role in your current practice to be more marketable, or maybe just a better working knowledge of your present position. But what do you need to know to make a break into that uncharted territory? Understanding a few of the “Business Basics” will expand your practice options and comfort zone during your quest for that little slice of heaven.
Today’s sessions will include recognizing the basics of practice change, legal entities, the business startup, contracts, billing and collections, negotiating, practice arrangement ideas, and marketing for the CRNA.
Explore your current practice setting, potential changes and opportunities for increasing your value in that system.
Recognize the different business entities available and the basic structure of the most common forms utilized today.
Define the components of a business plan.
Recognize the basic components of a basic contract and how they relate to your anesthesia practice.
Randy Cornelius DNP, CRNA, Major in the US Army
"The Hidden Scar: Anesthesia and PTSD"
Learner will be able to recognize PTSD
Learner will be able to identify current treatments for PTSD
Learner will be able to describe anesthesia considerations for PTSD
Learner will be able to explain anesthesia implications for PTSD and devise an anesthetic plan in consideration of PTSD
"Army Corps Anesthesia: Being All You Can Be"
Learner will be able to paraphrase what it takes to become an Army CRNA
Learner will be able to compare/contrast Active Army CRNAs to Army Reserve CRNAs
Learner will be able to recognize the impact Army CRNAs have had on the profession
Learner will be able to identify the various conditions/environments Army CRNAs practice in
Ralph Kohl BA, Senior Director, Federal Government Affairs
Ralph leads an office of seven, overseeing the AANA's efforts on federal legislative and regulatory issues. Working on issues from full practice authority in the VA, to opioids, to Title VIII Nursing Workforce Development, Ralph provides critical leadership to the team to navigate a variety of issues.
"Federal Govt Affairs Update: What is Happening on Capitol Hill"
Learner will gain a better understanding of the effects of Federal legislative and regulatory activity.
Learner will gain in depth knowledge of current the current political landscape and how it can impact practice.
Learner will gain an understanding of current legislative proposals and AANAs priorities.