Patient Safety

Advanced Airway Decision Making, Management, and Mastery (1 Class A CE with .25 Pharm)

Sunday, September 23
10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
Location: Ballroom B, Hynes

Airway emergencies that degrade into poor patient outcomes still exist. What constitutes an advanced airway and an airway emergency? What are best management practices for these airways? How do we make decisions during acute stress and airway emergencies? How does one attain mastery in a skill that may never be performed during a career? These are important questions that highlight the gap analysis and discussion surrounding this topic.

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Jeremy S. Heiner, EdD, CRNA

academic and clinical faculty
Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia
Placentia, California

Academic and clinical educator at Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia for more than 10 years. Interests include simulation education, interactive learning, and the education of multiple anesthesia topics including airway management, pediatric anesthesia, trauma anesthesia, and differential diagnosis with critical event management. Author of several published journal courses, Airway Management Chapter in the textbook Nurse Anesthesia by Nagelhout and Elisha, and one of the primary authors of "Critical Events in Anesthesia" published by the AANA. Currently practices as a CRNA at two major medical centers in an anesthesia team based model and in rural settings as an independent provider.

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