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Preparing for Perioperative Emergencies through Simulation Lecture (1 Class A CE)

Monday, September 24
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Location: Commonwealth, Sheraton Boston

This is a part of the "Preparing for Perioperative Emergencies through Simulation, 2-hour course. You will need to participate in both the lecture and simulation lab, to obtain credit for this course.

NOTE- This course is First Come, First Serve. 91 attendees will be accepted to participate for each 2-hour time block.



Preparing for Perioperative Emergencies Using Simulation will involve learners in a two-hour, two-part educational experience. The first hour will be an interactive lecture/discussion of various cognitive aids and how they improve outcomes in emergencies. The second hour will involve small group simulations of select emergency situations with some of the nurse anesthesia profession’s leading simulation experts. Simulation sessions will be limited to 13 people per room and active participation is expected. This is a hands-on interactive experience.

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Cormac O'Sullivan, PhD, MSN, CRNA, ARNP

Associate Clinical Professor and Director DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia
University of Iowa
Iowa City, IA

Dr. O'Sullivan is the director of the University of Iowa DNP Program in Nurse Anesthesia. He loves everything about teaching SRNAs anesthesia and has helped mentor about 80 DNP projects through successful defenses. He obtained his CRNA from the Ravenswood Hospital Schools of Nurse Anesthesia, his MSN from De Paul University, and his Ph.D. in Health Services and Policy with a focus in Health Economics from the University of Iowa. He also loves the Hawkeyes and ALL CHicago sports teams.

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