Research in Action

The Perceived Value of Certification in Nonsurgical Pain Management (State of the Science Oral Poster Session) (.25 Class A CE)

Monday, September 24
12:30 PM - 12:45 PM
Location: Room 311, Hynes

The AANA Foundation’s State-of-the-Science Oral Poster Session features sixteen CRNAs and/or SRNAs presenting their research findings classroom-presentation style. Each researcher is given 15 minutes in which to present their research and answer questions. Presentations will be focused in two areas – research and evidence based projects.

Supported by AANA Foundation

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Robyn C. Ward, PhD, CRNA

Associate Program Director
Florida State University Panama City
Panama City Beach, Florida

Robyn Ward's background in item writing for the NCE and SEE, fueled her interest in the psychometrics of testing. Her PhD dissertation was directed toward assessing the validity and reliability of the nonsurgical pain managment exam for nurse anesthetists. Examination of the perceptions of CRNAs toward the value of certification in nonsurgical pain managment contributed toward the construct validity of the nonsurgical pain management examination.

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