First Annual Goldie D. Brangman Diversity & Inclusion Lecture at NAAC 2018
1.0 Class A Credit Course Expiration Date: 12/5/2019
Learn ways to create a more diverse nurse anesthesia program through strategic planning, outreach activities, and mentorship programming aimed at retention and under-represented diverse faculty recruitment.
Understand how cold temperatures applied to nerve tissue result in reversible nerve damage, evaluate the avvailable literature on cryoneurolysis to treat pain caused by sensory nerves, and recognize the patient populations who may beneffit from cryoneurolysis treatment for sensory nerve pain.
Learn ways to maintain vigilance for RNMB in all patients through the use of subjective PNS monitoring of the ulnar nerve or objective monitoring to monitor NMB; the incorporation of NMB reversal agents according to the current evidence; and collaboration with other team members to promote safe, patient-centered care.
Supported by an education grant provided by Merck & Co., Inc.
Understand the theoretical basis of and anatomic effects of hypoglossal nerve stimulation, along with patient selection criteria, indications and contraindications to implanatation. Demonstrate knowledge of care of patients during implantation surgery and subsequent procedures.