Pediatrics and Obstetrics

Emerging Trends in Pediatric Anesthesia for the 'Not-So Pediatric' Provider (1 Class A CE with .5 Pharm)

Monday, September 24
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM
Location: Ballroom B, Hynes

Many providers rely on skills and training received during their SRNA education when caring for pediatric patients. Evidence-based approaches in the selection of medications when caring for the pediatric patients are important to consider int he provider who does not routinely care for the pediatric patient.

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Kristin Henderson, DNAP, CRNA

Education Innovator
Wake Forest School of Medicine Nurse Anesthesia Program
Winston Salem, NC

Kristin J. Henderson DNAP, CRNA practiced for 6 years as a full-time pediatric specialty CRNA at Brenner Children’s hospital, a level-1 pediatric trauma center. Since 2015, Kristin works as the Education Innovator at the Wake Forest School of Medicine Nurse Anesthesia Program. She specializes in simulation utilization and implementation, and problem-based learned teaching styles and maintains a clinical practice in pediatric, critical care adult, and outpatient anesthesia patient care settings.

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