Assembly of Didactic and Clinical Educators: Professional Socialization and Engagement: Implications from Nurse Anesthesia History Study

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Class A Credits: 1.00

Format: Video

Course Launch Date: 4/29/21

Course Expires: 4/28/24

This session is apart of the Assembly of Didactic and Clinical Educators Series.

The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.

AANA is an approved provider by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP #10862.


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  • Identify a topic in nurse anesthesia history that impacts current health policy.
  • Appraise the implications of the study associated with nurse anesthesia education and practice.
  • Define professional socialization and engagement in reference to nurse anesthesia history education.

Clifford Gonzales, PhD, CRNA

Associate Director, Wake Forest School of Medicine Nurse Anesthesia Program

Clifford Gonzales, Ph.D., CRNA, Associate Director, Wake Forest School of Medicine Nurse Anesthesia Program I am originally from the beautiful country of the Philippines. I received my BS in Nursing at Saint Louis University, Baguio City, Philippines. The University of North Carolina at Greensboro awarded me my two graduate studies in Nursing. I am interested in research, interprofessional education, simulation, and creation of active learning for adult education.



Sandra M. Ouellette, DSc (Hon), CRNA, FAAN

Past President, AANA & IFNA

Sandra Ouellette CRNA, DSc (Hon), FAAN served as Program Director at Wake Forest Baptist Health for 23 years and is now Emeritus Director, Nurse Anesthesia Program, School of Medicine, Wake Forest University. She is a Former President American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and recepient of AANA Agatha Hodgina Award and Helen Lamb Award.  She is a Past President, International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists and recipient of the IFNA Hermni Lohnertt Award. Her current interests are focused on national and international nurse anesthesia history. She is Co-Editor of the IFNA 30th Anniversary History Book entitlrd "Global Voice for Nurse Anesthetists: History of the International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists" First 30 Years. Dr Ouellette contributes frequently to the history segment on the Podcast Beyond the Mask.


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