SRNA Profile: Danielle Donovan
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This fall, VANA had the opportunity to speak with Danielle Donovan, an second-year SRNA from Mary Baldwin University. If you’re a student interested in speaking to The Monitor about your experience, please reach out to the communications committee.   Can you tell us a bit about your background and why ..read more
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Health Center Administrator: Cheryl Miller
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This month, VANA spoke with Cheryl Miller, Administrator for Virginia Endoscopy Group to learn more about her role in leadership, upcoming plans, and why CRNA’s are critical to Virginia’s success.   Can you tell us a bit about yourself and your role? I’m Cheryl Miller, the Administrator for Virginia Endoscopy ..read more
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Instructor Profile: Amy Wielar
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This month, VANA is excited to profile Amy Wielar, a pediatric cardiac CRNA who practices and teaches in the Richmond area. With over 20 years of experience, her insights into such a critical practice area can help so many of us learn and grow.   I’ve been a CRNA for ..read more
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VANA statement on Senate passage of SB 33
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RICHMOND, Va. – Following the passage of Senate Bill 33 by the Virginia Senate on Tuesday, the following joint statement was issued from Maria Hirsch, president of the Virginia Association of Nurse Anesthetists and the following supporters: Brian Brown, incoming CRNA Sr. at VCU Community Memorial Hospital; Jean Snyder, DNAP, CRNA, co-owner ..read more
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ICYMI: Preparing for the upcoming General Assembly session
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5M ago
Thank you to all who attend the December 18th legislative update webinar with Maria Hirsch and Meredith Joyner. We were grateful to have so many of you in attendance eager to learn about the upcoming General Assembly session. Just in case you missed anything, or were unable to attend, we ..read more
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Incoming AANA President: Jan Setnor
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This month, VANA spoke with Jan Setnor, MSN, CRNA, Col (Ret) USAFR, NC, incoming president of the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology (AANA) about her election, experience testifying before Congress, and the year ahead.    Let’s start by talking about your AANA election and why you felt it was so ..read more
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Meet a New SRNA: Jena Conway
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This fall, VANA had the opportunity to speak with Jena Conway, an SRNA from Mary Baldwin University. If you’re a student interested in speaking to The Monitor about your experience, please reach out to the communications committee.   Can you tell us a bit about your educational background? I’ve been ..read more
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Where in the World are VANA CRNAs: Mary O’Hanley
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This month, VANA spoke with Mary O’Hanley, a nurse anesthetist from North American Partners in Anesthesia (NAPA) about her experience volunteering abroad with World Pediatric Project. If you have volunteered abroad and would like to share your story with VANA, please reach out to the Sarah Lazcano at communications@virginiacrna.org.   ..read more
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VANA By The Numbers
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Here’s a quick look by the numbers at some of the action VANA members have been up to recently: 86 VANA members registered to attend the December 18 legislative update webinar! The webinar was hosted on Zoom and simulcast to our private Facebook group. The event provided critical legislative updates ..read more
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Board Questions – 2023 Winter Newsletter
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5M ago
A 32-year-old female patient is undergoing general anesthesia with propofol, rocuronium, and remifentanil for an appendectomy. During the general anesthesia, carbon dioxide (CO2) measurements have started to be recorded even during inhalation. What is the most appropriate action to take? Increase the fresh gas flow rate. Ensure that the inspiratory ..read more
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