#105 – The Impact of Precepting on Clinical Learning
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
3M ago
What’s up yall! This is Jon Lowrance and this is episode 105 of Anesthesia Guidebook – the impact of precepting on clinical learning with Jennifer Heiden. This episode is coming out on February 21, 2024. Jennifer Heiden is completing her Doctor of Nursing Practice in anesthesiology at the University of Arizona and this podcast is part of her doctoral work. In this episode, we’re going to walk through the behaviors, tips & techniques preceptors can do in order to positively impact the clinical learning outcomes of anesthesia residents. Jennifer wants to hear about your experiences ..read more
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#104 – At-home cardiorespiratory events following ambulatory surgery – Chuck Biddle, PhD, CRNA
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
4M ago
Chuck Biddle PhD, CRNA is a Professor Emeritus of anesthesiology at Virginia Commonwealth University and served as the editor in chief of the AANA Journal for 35 years.  His anesthesia education & master’s degree are from Old Dominion University and he completed his PhD in Epidemiology at the University of Missouri.   Chuck is one of my favorite people in the world of anesthesiology.  He’s one of those folks who have put the time in over decades to develop a true, deep mastery of their profession while at the same time bringing with them a level of authenticity, integrity an ..read more
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#103 – Dexmedetomidine Deep Dive with Eliana Zimmerman
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
4M ago
What’s up folks! This is Jon Lowrance with Anesthesia Guidebook and this is episode 103… a deep dive on dexmedetomidine with Eliana Zimmerman. This episode is coming out on January 21, 2024. Before we get to the show I want to remind folks that I’ll be speaking in person at the Encore Symposiums’ Autumn in Bar Harbor & Acadia National Park conference running October 14-17 of this year. If you have never been to Maine, this is a great excuse to make it up here. And even if you have been or if you live here in vacationland… there’s scarcely a better place to be than Bar Harbor in October. It ..read more
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#102 – Marriage + Anesthesia School with Brad & Madisson Marcum
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
4M ago
Brad & Madisson Marcum join me to talk about the dynamics of being married and going to anesthesia school together. They met in nursing school, had divergent paths professionally for a bit, with Brad starting nurse practitioner school and Madisson considering anesthesia school. They ended up sharing the same goal of becoming CRNAs and we talk through their approach to applying together, getting into the University of Evansville together and working through the program alongside one another. In episode 15, I talked with Jenny & Robert Montague about what it’s like for the significant ot ..read more
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#101 – EKG Lead Selection for Perioperative Monitoring – Mark Kossick, DNSc, CRNA
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
4M ago
This is an incredibly special podcast that I’m thrilled to pull forward from our old show, From the Head of the Bed, to Anesthesia Guidebook. I love that this episode is number 101 because EKG lead selection should be 101-level knowledge for anesthesia providers, yet so many folks have not mastered this fundamental knowledge as part of their practice. I hope you get as much from this as I have over the years. Dr Mark Kossick was a full professor of anesthesia at Western Carolina University when my wife, Kristin, and I attended the program and he actually just retired in late 2023 from that uni ..read more
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#100 – Vantage Point January 2024
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
5M ago
Have you noticed how stoked podcasters get about their one hundredth episodes?  It’s kind of a thing. If you want to hear interesting shows – check out the hundredth episodes.  Or 200th.  Or 1000th.   Podcasters usually get super stoked about hitting triple digits with their shows and often set up the number 100 episode as some sort of tribute to themselves by taking a look back over their favorite episodes. Don’t get me wrong… I’m pumped about number 100.  But this isn’t going to be a look back at all the best shows or highlight moments.   ..read more
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#99 – The Effects of Anesthesia School Didactic Formatting on Resident Wellbeing – Cassie Capps
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
5M ago
Cassie Capps, BSN, SRNA joins me to talk about the effects of didactic formatting in anesthesia training on resident wellbeing including stress, anxiety, confidence and academic performance. Her specific focus is on the mix of online versus in-person course work for nurse anesthesia trainees. Cassie overviews what the literature says about this topic and is looking for YOU to join her efforts by completing a very quick survey about your experience at the end of this podcast. The survey link is HERE. And here: https://uarizona.co1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8Bu9ArZHg9zzp5Q Cassie is completing h ..read more
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#98 – A Deep Dive on Ketorolac with Elisabeth Stewart, MSN, MSNA, CRNA
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
6M ago
Elisabeth Stewart, MSN, MSNA, CRNA focused her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia project on the pharmacology of Toradol (ketorolac) and she’s here today to tell us all about it. Elisabeth hails from Wisconsin, holds a BS in Mathematics with a pre-med concentration and engaged in HeLa cell cancer research prior to going to nursing school.  She received a Master of Science in Nursing degree at the University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee, where she worked in a transplant ICU while completing her Clinical Nurse Leader degree and certification.  Elisabeth followed that with her Master of ..read more
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#97 – Shorts – safety is a capacity
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
9M ago
What up folks! This is another short podcast on the idea that safety is a capacity, not an outcome. This idea comes out of Todd Conklin & Sidney Dekker’s work on organizational safety where they discuss two ways of looking at safety: The Safety 1 Perspective or the old way of thinking is that safety is about minimizing errors.  It’s about identifying risks, including human behaviors, and implementing steps to prevent errors from happening.  Success is often measured in low to zero error rates and errors are punishable offenses.   The Safety 2 Perspective doesn’t overlook the ..read more
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#96 – Virtual Reality in Anesthesia Education: SIMVANA with Peter Stallo
Anesthesia Guidebook
by Jon Lowrance
10M ago
What up yall this is Jon Lowrance and this is episode 96 – virtual reality in anesthesia education: SIMVANA with Peter Stallo.   This show is coming out in early August of 2023. First up: I want to give a quick heads up that our team from Maine Medical Center where I currently serve as chief CRNA will be at the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology Annual Congress in a couple of weeks in Seattle.  If you’re headed to AANA’s Annual Congress this year, be sure to swing by the exhibit hall and check out the MaineHealth booth.  My friends & colleagues April Bourgoin, Cat ..read more
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