Jack Neary Advanced Pain Management Workshop, Part I

    June 3-5, 2017 | OLC Education & Conference Center | Rosemont, IL
Hotel Reservations Preliminary Program
This workshop will expand your knowledge of interventional pain management through didactic and hands-on training in an intimate and state-of-the-art environment. Included in your workshop registration, you will have access to five online learning modules. AANA will enroll you for these modules, once you have register for the workshop.  It is not necessary for you to purchase these separately from your workshop registration.  Registrants are encouraged to complete the modules to be best prepared for the workshop. This workshop series is offered annually.
  • Physical Assessment
  • Theoretical Foundations: Pain Specialty Learning Model
  • Neuroscience of Pain
  • Advanced Scientific Basis of Pharmacology
  • Muliti-dimensional Aspects of Pain Management
  • Evaluation of Pain – Types of Pain and Diagnostic Impression Models
  • Imaging for Spinal Anatomy
  • Hands on Training

    Download the preliminary program for details. 
  • CRNAs currently involved in pain management.
  • Any CRNA interested in expanding their physical assessment skills.
  • Any CRNA planning to enroll in our Chronic Pain Management Fellowship.
Only 49 seats are available. This popular workshop series fills up quickly. Register 
now to secure your spot.
​Member Type
Before 5/3/1​7
​After 5/3/17
AANA Member* $2,950 $3,200
​Non-Member ​$3,400 ​$3,650
*Learn more about the benefits of AANA Membership.  
Online registration is now closed.  If you are interested in being put on a waitlist, please email your name and best day time phone number to Margaret Brennan at meetings@aana.com.
Hampton Inn & Suites Rosemont, Chicago O’Hare
9480 W. Higgins Road
Rosemont, IL  60018
$135 Single/Double plus 13% tax*
Room rate is available until May 12, 2016
*Subject to availability.
Make your reservation today! Reserve online or call 847-692-3000 and refer to group code AP3 to receive the $135.00 room rate for this workshop.
AANA Learn for the Pain Management Modules
The Pain Management Modules are included in the workshop registration fee.  Scroll down to the bottom of the AANA Learn Clinical Topics page to find the pain management modules.
AANA Pain Management Resources
Drug/Drug Interactions
Finally - a pharmacology textbook written just for nurse anesthetists.
This detailed discussion of drug interactions and incompatibilities from both a pharmacologic and pharmacogenomic perspective makes this text informative and timely. All pertinent classes of medications are covered, including information on BRIDION® (sugammadex).
#173483 $49.50
Edited by Mark Welliver, DNP, CRNA, ARNP; Nancy Bruton-Maree, MS, CRNA; Dawn Dalpé Welliver, DNP, CRNA, ARNP
Publisher, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, 2016

#297 $15.00
Bernadette T. Higgins Roche, EdD, CRNA
Published, 2007
This comprehensive resource collects the policies, procedures, and structure needed in anesthesia departments to educate and protect practitioners through better understanding of substance abuse and dependency.

#173204 $67.50
Cynthia S. Dowd, PhD
Lemont B. Kier, PhD
Publisher, The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, 2014
411 Pages
The Chemistry and Physics of Drugs Used in Anesthesia adds an in-depth exploration of physics to significantly expand and update Dowd/Kier’s previous work, The Chemistry of Drugs for Nurse Anesthetists, making this new text even more integral to the practicing CRNA and to the education of student registered nurse anesthetists.
#267 $118.95
Richard G. Ouellette, MEd, CRNA
Joseph A. Joyce, BS, CRNA
Publisher, Jones and Bartlett, 2011
Written by CRNAs for CRNAs, this book provides chemical, biological, and physical information of the actions, interactions, and reactions for medication, particularly as they apply and impact the practice of nurse anesthesia.
Case Studies in Nurse Anesthesia

#268 $109.95  
Sass Elisa, EdD, CRNA
Publisher, Jones and Bartlett, 2011
This multiauthored book provides succinct and relevant information in a questions and answer format for easy understanding. The 55 chapters are divided into surgical specialties, with a focus on the most frequently performed procedures.
Recording waiver (Photography, Audio & Video)
Portions of this AANA meeting may be photographed or audio/video recorded for various purposes, including reporting, promotion, archival, or sale and distribution. By registering, individuals agree that the AANA may photograph or record by audio/video their attendance and involvement in any portion of the meeting. Furthermore, individuals agree that the AANA may use these photographs and/or recordings without additional approval or permission.

 Featured Speakers

Gregory J. Arnold, MD
KishHealth System
DeKalb, IL

Sarah J. Crilly, MNA, ARNP, CRNA, NSPM-C
IntegraLeaf Pain Clinic Founder and CEO
Carroll, IA

Jeremiah L. Loch, PhD, CRNA, DOMTP, ND, LMT, DAAPM
Anesthesia Associates & Valley Pain Care Centers
Plano, IL

Andrew Johnson, MS, APRN, CRNA
RC Hospitals and Clinics
Olivia, MN

Gregory Kronenberg, CRNA
Northeastern Nevada Regional Hospital
Elko, NV

John P. Maye, PhD, CRNA, CAPT, USN(ret)
Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Clinic
Fort Meade, MD

Diane M. Rowles, MS, ACNP-BC
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago
Lemont, IL

Jackie S. Rowles, MBA, CRNA, ANP-BC, FAAPM, FAAN
Meridian Adult Health, PC
Carmel, IN

Bruce A. Schoneboom, PhD, CRNA, FAAN, COL, USA(ret)
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists
Park Ridge, IL

Juliya Soldyshev, DNP, MS, MBA, MPH, CRNA
Advanced Pain Management Specialist, Ultrasound Guided Blockade and Regional Anesthesia Consultant
Chicago, IL

Melynda K. Wallace, MSN, CRNA, FAAPM
Thetford Center, VT
Marie Rivers, MPAS, PA-C
Crystal Lake, IL
Androscoggin Valley Hospital
Berlin, NH
Megan M. Taylor, CRNA, APRN
Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Concord, NH

 What Your Peers Say

This is my second time and I would recommend it strongly.
Excellent instructors. Great class.
Cadaver labs were great.