Research Topics and Articles

 
Publications and Research
CRNAs are active in research and have authored numerous articles in a variety of peer-reviewed journals such as the AANA Journal, The Clinical Forum for Nurse Anesthetists, Nurse Anesthesia, Anesthesiology, Anesthesia and Analgesia, Journal of the American Society of Regional Anesthesia, Journal of the American Medical Association, and Nursing Research.  In addition, CRNAs have presented their research at a variety of national and international meetings and conferences from academia to industry. Research by CRNAs has been funded by private and governmental grants, as well as from the AANA.  Movement of nurse anesthesia educational programs into graduate educational frameworks has allowed students to graduate with the skills for undertaking research and advancing the science of anesthesia.
                              
 
 

 Highlight: CRNAs in Research

 
Quality and Safety:
Dulisse B, Cromwell J. (2010). No Harm Found When Nurse Anesthetists Work Without Supervision by PhysiciansHealth Affairs, 29:1469-1475.
 
Needleman J, Minnick AF. (2009). Anesthesia Provider Model, Hospital Resources, and Maternal OutcomesHealth Service Research, 44(Part I):464-82.
 
Simonson D, Ahern M, Hendry M. (2007). Anesthesia Staffing and Anesthetic Complications During Cesarean DeliveryNursing Research, 56,1:9-17.
 
Pine M, Holt KD, Lou YB. (2003). Surgical Mortality and Type of Anesthesia Provider, AANA Journal, 71: 109-116.
 
Cost Effectiveness:
Hogan P, Seifert R, Moore C, Simonson B. (2010). Cost Effectiveness Analysis of Anesthesia ProvidersNursing Economic$, 28,3:159-169.
 
 
Workforce:
 
Kalist DE, Molinari NA, Spurr SJ (2011). Cooperation and conflict between very similar occupations: the case of anesthesia. Health Econ Policy Law, 6(2):237-264.
 
Merwin E, Stern S, Jordan L, Bucci M. (2009). New Estimates for CRNA VacanciesAANA Journal, 77(2): 121-129.
 
Merwin E, Jordan L. (2006). Supply, Demand, and Equilibrium in the Market for CRNAs, AANA Journal, 74(4):287-293.
 
Additional Research:
Matsusaki T, Sakai T. (2011). The role of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists in the United States, Journal of Anesthesia, 25:734–740.

Lindsay S (2007). Gendering Work: The Masculinization of Nurse Anesthesia, The Canadian Journal of Sociology, 32,4:429-448.
 
 

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