Health and Wellness

White Coat Syndrome: Giving the Professional Permission to Divert (1 Class A CE)

Sunday, September 23
9:15 AM - 10:15 AM
Location: Ballroom C, Hynes

Early recognition and intervention is imperative for the health and wellness of the impaired anesthesia professionals and their patients. Learning the signs and symptoms of impaired colleagues and intervention strategies can help save lives and keep patients safe.

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Gregory Louck, MS, CRNA, CARN-AP

Assistant Professor of Nursing
University of Saint Francis Nurse Anesthesia Program
Bristol, Indiana

Greg has been a direct care provider in the health care field for more than 20 years with experience in emergency management, intensive care, surgical services, and anesthesia. He served as a medic in the US Army 82nd Airborne Division. He is currently a member of the International Nurses Society on Addictions. Greg has extensive experience in the field of addiction, treatment, management, advocacy, and recovery of the highly-accountable recovering professional.

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