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 The Nursing Anesthesia Program

The Georgia Regents University Nursing Anesthesia Program is nationally recognized and has been ranked among the best graduate programs in the nation. It is the only program in the state of Georgia and has been instrumental in promoting the role of the nurse anesthetist in modern health care.

The GRU program is noted for its cutting-edge approach and is a leader in integrating high-fidelity simulation into its curriculum. Students greatly benefit from this approach with more than 90% passing the national certification exam on their first attempts, and a 100% overall passrate. Graduates of the program are 100% employed as practicing CRNAs within six months of graduation. The Program has a 0 attrition rate for the previous graduating classes.

Graduates of the program are eligible to take the National Certification Examination required to practice as a nurse anesthetist.

The Georgia Regents University Nursing Anesthesia Program is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA), 222 S. Prospect Avenue, Park Ridge, IL 60068, (547)655-1160, http://home.coa.us.com.  The program received a full 10 -year accreditation in October, 2011.

Program Goals:

The goals of the Nursing Anesthesia Program are to prepare graduates to:

  • plan, implement, and evaluate anesthesia care for patients having diagnostic, therapeutic, or surgical procedures.
  • collaborate with other health professionals in planning, implementing, and evaluating anesthesia care.
  • analyze research critically and incorporate relevant findings into clinical practice.
  • work within the state to function as a leader among the health care team to ensure safe, high-quality, economical care.
  • instruct patients and health care personnel on topics related to anesthesia, respiratory care, fluid therapy, and physiological monitoring.

 

Course of Study

The NAP is a seven-semester program that integrates didactic and clinical instruction. The first three semesters of didactic instruction include experience in the human patient simulation lab where students become familiar with anesthesia techniques and procedures prior to entering the clinical setting.

Students administer sedation, regional and general anesthesia to pediatric and adult patients for a wide variety of surgical specialties. Over the course of study, students administer on average more than 800 anesthetics over at least 2,000 clinical hours.

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 Program Director
 James Masiongale, MHS, CRNA
 Program Manager
 Melvenia Blanchard
 
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The NAP is a seven-semester program that integrates didactic and clinical instruction.The first three semesters of didactic instruction include experience in the human patient simulation lab where students become familiar with anesthesia techniques and procedures prior to entering the clinical setting. Students administer sedation, regional and general anesthesia to pediatric and adult patients for a wide variety of surgical specialties. Over the course of study, students administer on average more than 800 anesthetics over at least 2,000 clinical hours.
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