Upper and Lower Extremity Nerve Block Workshop

 October 7-8, 2017 | AANA Foundation Learning Center | Park Ridge, IL
 
Overview
 

The Upper and Lower Extremity Nerve Block Workshop is designed to enhance your knowledge in the clinical sciences related to upper and lower block anesthesia.  Featuring didactic and hands-on training, this program will expand the CRNA’s skills and expertise in upper and lower extremity nerve block anesthesia. Included with registration, all attendees will receive Upper Extremity Blocks, written by featured speaker Charles A. Reese, PhD, CRNA. Register today!

 
 
  • Pharmacology of Local Anesthetics
  • Anatomy of the Brachial Plexus
  • Brachial Plexus Block – Evaluation and Peripheral Nerve Block Augmentation
  • Plexus Blocks of the Lower Extremity:  Anatomy, Techniques and Evaluation
  • Principles and Techniques of Ultrasound Guided Regional Anesthesia
 
 
This workshop is for CRNAs interested in developing their skills and knowledge in peripheral nerve blocks.
 
Registration Details
 
Space is limited and seats fill fast.
 
Full Registration 
​Member Type ​Before 9/7/17 ​After 9/7/17
​AANA Member* ​$565 $615
​Non-Member ​$665 ​$715
*Learn more about the benefits of AANA Membership.  
 
Registration is full.  If you would like to be put on the waitlist please email meetings@aana.com with the course name and a daytime phone number.
 
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Hampton Inn & Suites Rosemont-Chicago O’Hare
9480 W. Higgins Road
Rosemont, IL  60018
$134.00 Single/Double plus 13% tax*
Room rate is available until September 6, 2017
 
Make your reservation today! Reserve online or call 847-692-3000 and refer to group code: AP6.
 
*Subject to availability.
 
 
Critical Events in Anesthesia: A Clinical Guide for Nurse Anesthetists

#2188 $37.50
Sass Elisha, EdD, CRNA
Mark Gabot, MSN, CRNA
Jeremy Heiner, MSN, CRNA
 
 

#173416 $26.95
Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA
Publisher, American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, 2013
216 Pages

 
Handbook of Anesthesia, 5th Edition 

#2434 $68.95
John J. Nagelhout, PhD, CRNA, and Karen Plaus, PhD, CRNA, FAAN
Publisher, Saunders Elsevier, 2014

 
 
Upper Extremity Blocks
 

Charles A. Reese, PhD, CRNA
 
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.
 

Disclosure Information
All presenters and planners of this continuing nursing education activity are required to disclose to the audience any significant financial relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial healthcare products, goods or services consumed by or used on patients.  If any conflict has been disclosed, the planners of this program assure that the content is unbiased and free of any conflict of interest.  Attendees will be provided full disclosure information on the App and in the Final Program.

 

 Featured Speakers

 
Franklin John McShane III, DNP, CRNA, APNP, COL, USA(ret)
Vice President, Central Wisconsin Anesthesia Associates
New Berlin, Wisconsin
 
Kennett D. Radford, PhD(c), CRNA
Kennett D. Radford, PhD(c), CRNA
Assistant Professor, Nurse Anesthesia Program
Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Bethesda, MD
 
 
Charles A. Reese, PhD, CRNA, CAPT, NC, USN(ret)
Associate Professor, Obstetrics and Gynecology, Associate Professor, Anesthesiology Medical College of Virginia Physicians, Richmond, Virginia
 
Donald L. Van Dam, DNP, CRNA
Donald L. Van Dam, DNP, CRNA
Staff Nurse Anesthetist
Kimbrough Ambulatory Care Center
Fort Meade, MD
 
 

 What Your Peers Say

 
This class was a great review of the anatomy and physiology and pharmacology of local anesthetics.
 
For the most part all of the presenters were very approachable and extremely helpful. I felt confident after the hands on portion that I could do these blocks at my hospital.
 
Great refresher. It was good to hear different practice styles from so many different providers.