Understanding Supervision Ratios in Nurse Anesthesiology Education

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Class A Credits: 1

Format: Video

Run time: 44 mins

Course Launch Date: 4/11/22

Course Expires: 4/10/23

Discussion of the various teaching models used by programs across the country to foster student nurse anesthetist independence.

The American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology 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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  • 1.Identifying the connection between clinical education and confidence in role transition
  • 2.Discussing clinical educational approaches that foster student confidence and independence

Brett Morgan, DNP, CRNA


Laura Bonanno, PhD, DNP, CRNA

Luci L. New, DNP, CRNA

Dr. New graduated with her DNP from Wake Forest School of Medicine Department of Academic Nursing in 2020. She is a CRNA at Atrium Health Cabarrus and serves as Clinical Coordinator for Wake Forest School of Medicine Anesthesia Program PRN at Gateway Ambulatory Surgery Center. Also, she's the Adjunct faculty at Wake Forest School of Medicine Anesthesia Program. Dr. New is a member of  AANA, North Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists, North Carolina Nurses Association, North Carolina Organization Nurse Leaders Serves on Admissions, Advisory, and Evaluation committees at Wake Forest School of Medicine Anesthesia Program.

Michael Anderson, DNP, CRNA, ARNP

Clinical Coordinator

Mike Anderson is a Clinical Nurse Anesthetist at the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics and is a Clinical Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator of the Anesthesia Nursing Program in the College of Nursing at the University of Iowa. Dr. Anderson graduated with a Masters Degree from the Cleveland Clinic/Case Western Reserve University Nurse Anesthesia Program in 2009 and obtained his DNP from the University of Iowa in May, 2014. His Doctoral work focused on Infection Control in the Operating room. He has held almost every elected position with the Iowa Association of Nurse Anesthetists including President from 2016-2018 and has served on numerous AANA and NBCRNA committees. Dr. Anderson served as the Emerging Leader Fellow on the NBCRNA board from 2014-2016. He served on the AANA Cultural Assessment Task Force and is currently on the AANA Practice Committee.

Rachel Davis, DNP, CRNA, CHSE