MoANA Spring Conference
New Format Featuring 12 Class A CEs with 8 Hours of Hands-On Learning
March 31-April 2, 2017
Missouri State University
901 S. National, Springfield, Missouri
THE REVIEWS WERE PHENOMENAL! This year, the Spring Conference will return to Missouri State University’s Campus and continue to offer 8 hours of hands-on sessions.
MSU’s brand new, state-of-the-art classrooms will allow:
- Hands-on TEE
- a cadaver lab
- Central Line Insertion/Scanning and Driving
- 12 Lead and CXR Interpretation and much more!
Available at the full service University Plaza Hotel only blocks from campus. A block of rooms will be available for a special rate of $97.00/night until Wednesday, March 1. Please call (417) 864-7333 to reserve your room and state that you are with the Missouri Association of Nurse Anesthetists’ Spring Meeting.
Friday, March 31, 2017
18:00-20:00 MoANA Board of Director’s Meeting - All Members & Students Welcome - O’Reilly Building – Room TBA
20:30-22:30 College Bowl - Come to watch Students from the 4 Missouri Nurse Anesthesia Programs Go Head-to-Head! $20 Admission Benefits MoANA PAC - O’Reilly Building Room 100
Saturday, April 1, 2017 (8 CEs)
0600-0730 Registration and Continental Breakfast - MSU Campus - Carrington Hall Room 208
0730-0745 Welcome from MoANA President - Terry Martin, CRNA
0745-0845 Addiction: One Decision Away - Mary Kay Bader, CRNA
0845-0945 Muscle Relaxation & Postoperative Residual - Bernadette Henrichs, PhD, CRNA, CCRN
1000-1100 Perioperative Opioid Reduction Strategies - Emily Buckley, MS, CRNA
1100-1200 Enhanced Recovery After Surgery - Mike Burns, MS, CRNA
1200-1330 MoANA Business Meeting and Lunch (Provided) *Move to O’Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center after Lunch
1330-1700 Dessert and Coffee with Exhibitors - O’Reilly Clinical Health Sciences Center
1400-1800 Rotating Hands-On Breakout Sessions (see details below)
1830-2030 Evening PAC Reception & Auction - Tower Club
Sunday, April 2, 2017 (4 CEs)
0600-0700 NEW! Wellness Event – Floor Mat Room for Exercise! O'Reilly Building Room 307
0700-0800 Past Presidents’ Breakfast – New Event! - 0’Reilly Hall – Past Presidents, please e-mail email@example.com to RSVP.
0700-0800 Registration & Coffee - O’Reilly Building
0800-1200 Rotating Hands-On Breakout Sessions (Continued) – O’Reilly Building
Rotating Hands-On Breakout Sessions (Saturday & Sunday)
- Cadaver Dissection Lab: CV and Pulmonary - Tyler Morris, PhD; Erik Williams, MS, CRNA
- HPS - Monika Feeney, DNAP, CRNA
- Hands-on TEE - Mary Zerlan, CRNA
- State of the Science Student Oral and Poster Presentations and Visit with Exhibitors - Becky Heidotten, MS, CRNA; Angela Delaria, MS, CRNA
- Difficult Airway and Cricothyriodotomy - Jason Corey, CRNA, MS; Joe Meyerott, MS, CRNA
- Upper and Lowe Extremity Nerve Blocks - Michael Burns, MS, CRNA; Emily Buckley, MS, CRNA
- Central Line Insertion and Scanning and Driving - Ryan Clark, MS, CRNA
- 12 Lead and CXR Interpretation - Nick Curdt, DNAP, CRNA
- Define addiction as a disease as well as the signs, symptoms, and treatment.
- Review the statistics and the unique occupational hazards that increase the vulnerability of anesthesia providers to chemical dependency.
- Understand the indiscriminate nature of addiction and recognize maladaptive behaviors.
- Identify resources available for help for yourself and others if affected by addiction.
- Describe interventions to reduce perioperative opioid consumption.
- Identify and discuss non-opioid pharmacologic agents beneficial in the perioperative period.
- Define ERAS and review data regarding clinical significance.
- Identify and discuss ERAS interventions and outcomes for orthopedic and abdominal resection.
- Review guidelines for high risk low occurrence incidents utilizing Human Patient Stimulation.
- Review procedures for placement of surgical airways using a pig trachea model.
- Describe use of TEE and identify relevant anatomy for clinical anesthesia practice.
- Review the State of Anesthesia science through dissemination of research.
- Review and describe anatomy relevant to regional anesthesia of the upper and lower extremities using live models and ultrasound scanning.
- Review central line placement and scanning and driving of an ultrasound.
- Review EKG and CXR interpretation relevant to Nurse Anesthesia Practice.
- Describe the incidence of postoperative residual after paralysis and its effect on recovery
- Explain the importance of monitoring muscle relaxation and reversal.
- Describe why a reversal medication should often times be given.
A full refund will be given if written notification is received at least three business days prior to the scheduled meeting. From that date until seven business days following the meeting, a 50% refund will be given upon written request. After the seven-day period, no refunds will be given. Registration fees cannot be credited toward future meetings.