NEANA

Thank you for completing the 2017 NEANA Fall Workshop Learner Assessment and Program Evaluation.

* 1. Regarding workshop "Basic Upper & Lower Extremity Blocks" please rate Michael Hunt, MPH, CRNA and Micah Playman DNP, CRNA, ACNP-BC, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

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The facilitators were effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 2. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Vascular Access Pearls and Current Recommendations" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).  Participants will be able to:

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Discuss the clinical applications of ultrasound technology for vascular access.
Compare landmark techniques to clinical ultrasound utilization for vascular access.
Discuss probe optimization for vascular access.
Examine and demonstrate the current recommendations for central line placement.
Examine and demonstrate the current recommendations for arterial line placement.
Examine and demonstrate the current recommendations for peripheral IV placement.

* 3. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Case based approaches to Upper Extremity USGRA Interventions; Ultrasound guided brachial plexus nerve block foundation and pearls" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine the anatomy, sonoanatomy, histology and innervation of the brachial plexus.
Analyze and compare the ultrasound and landmark interscalene, supraclavicular and infraclavicular approach to the brachial plexus for nerve block placement.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to each brachial plexus region trajectory.
Illustrate the common local anesthetics and volumes for brachial plexus blocks.

* 4. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Advanced Brachial plexus interventions and case based discussion" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Discuss case scenarios and the optimal choice of brachial plexus block placement based on planned procedural intervention.
Examine the risks and benefits of brachial plexus blocks related to the current morbidity associated with ultrasound and landmark approaches.
Explain the current rationale for utilizing different approaches the brachial plexus in a series of case based scenarios.

* 5. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Case Based Approaches to Lower Extremity USGRA Interventions; Femoral Nerve Distribution Interventions and Case Based Discussion" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Discuss case scenarios and the optimal choice of Femoral Nerve block placement based on planned procedural intervention.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to the sciatic distribution.
Explain the current rationale for utilizing different approaches the Femoral Nerve Distribution in a series of case based scenarios.

* 6. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Ultrasound guided Sciatic distribution nerve block foundation and pearls" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine the anatomy, sonoanatomy, histology and innervation of the Sciatic distribution.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to the sciatic distribution.
Discuss case scenarios and the optimal choice of Sciatic block distribution block placement based on planned procedural intervention.

* 7. Regarding "Advanced Block Workshop" please rate Scott Rigdon, MPH, CRNA,  and Micah Playman DNP, CRNA, ACNP-BC, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitators were effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 8. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "TAP, subcostal TAP, rectus sheath; Ultrasound Guided Transversus Abdominus Plane Blocks: Optimizing approach and therapeutic goals" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine the anatomy, sonoanatomy, histology and innervation of the abdominal region.
Analyze and compare the ultrasound and landmark TAP, subcostal TAP and Rectus Sheath approaches to the abdominal wall.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to the TAP, Subcostal TAP and Rectus Sheath block(s).
Illustrate the common local anesthetics and volumes for TAP, subcostal TAP and Rectus Sheath blocks.

* 9. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "PECS 1 / 2 and Paravertebral Blocks; Ultrasound Guided Paravertebral, PECS 1 and PECS 2 Blocks: Optimizing approach and therapeutic goals" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine the anatomy, sonoanatomy, histology and innervation of the anterior chest distribution covered by Paravertebral and PECS block approaches.
Analyze and compare the ultrasound and landmark PECS1 and PECS 2 approaches to the anterior chest.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to the PECS 1 and PECS 2 block(s).
Illustrate the common local anesthetics and volumes for PECS 1 and PECS 2.

* 10. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Epidural Scanning and placement; Ultrasound Guided Epidural Space scanning and evaluation for epidural space access" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine the anatomy, sonoanatomy, histology and innervation of the lumbar epidural space.
Analyze and compare the ultrasound and landmark approaches to the epidural space.
Demonstrate the “safe approach technique” to the epidural space.
Illustrate the case based utilization of ultrasound guided epidural space evaluation.

* 11. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Open scanning time with instructors." on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Examine and discuss USGRA techniques presented in workshop.

* 12. Regarding "Emerging Nerve Blocks, Adductor Canal, PECS I/II & iPack" please rate Micha Plyman, DNP, CRNA, ACNP-BC on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 13. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Emerging Nerve Blocks: Adductor Canal, PECS I/II &iPACK" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). Participants will be able to:

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Explore Adductor Canal, IPACK, & PECS blocks and associated anatomy
Discuss ultrasound guided techniques to employ these nerve blocks
Identify current trends and evidence utilizing these emerging nerve blocks in clinical practice

* 14. Regarding "ERAS: The anesthesia provider’s role" please rate Garry Brydges, CRNA, DNP, ACNP-BC, Executive MBA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 15. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "ERAS: The anesthesia provider’s role" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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Define the central elements of enhanced recovery after surgery (ERAS).
Evaluate the role of the nurse anesthetist in ERAS.
Describe the pharmacology behind the anesthesia techniques.
Describe pharmacological approaches to ERAS and anesthesia delivery.

* 16. Regarding "Basic trauma anesthesia" please rate Bonjo Batoon, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 17. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Basic trauma anesthesia" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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Discuss the shock state.
Discuss the lethal triad.
Discuss the goals for resuscitation.
Discuss the components to resuscitation.
Understand Future considerations.

* 18. Regarding "Attenuating the inflammatory response to one lung ventilation" please rate Andrea Cyr, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 19. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Attenuating the inflammatory response to one lung ventilation" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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discuss the inflammatory response to one lung ventilation.
review research supporting the contribution of inflammation due to OLV to poor clinical outcomes.
review recommendations regarding lung inflation volumes, PEEP, and IV fluids during OLV.
discuss how choice of anesthetic technique and other medications can impact outcomes.
reiterate an overview of strategies for lung protection.

* 20. Regarding "Pharmacoeconomics: Justifying your anesthesia agents and adjuncts" please rate Garry Brydges, CRNA, DNP, ACNP-BC, Executive MBA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 21. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Attenuating the inflammatory response to one lung ventilation" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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identify and discuss the challenges CRNAs face in managing the use and cost of anesthetic agents and adjuncts.
compare and contrast the pharmacologic characteristics of anesthetic agents and adjuncts in fast track recovery after surgery.
describe the components of and factors contributing to the costs of selected anesthesia agents and adjuncts,
basis for quantifying and comparing these costs,
and practical strategies for performing pharmacoeconomic analyses and reducing a segmental cost of healthcare delivery through selected anesthesia agents.

* 22. Regarding "Hemostatic resuscitation" please rate Bonjo Batoon, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 23. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Hemostatic resuscitation" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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Discuss the waterfall and cell-based theories of coagulation.
Discuss the evolution of ratio based resuscitation and massive transfusion.
Discuss goal directed hemostatic resuscitation.
Discuss the importance of fibrinogen.

* 24. Regarding "TIVA: how to make a good thing better" please rate Rae Ritter, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 25. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "TIVA: how to make a good thing better" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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list and discuss action of agents which may be used in intravenous anesthetics.
discuss evidence supporting use of TIVA for specific populations & procedures.
highlight which procedures may be well suited for TIVA and those better suited for volatile agents.
review role of anesthetic depth monitors.
discuss strategies that promote timely emergence.

* 26. Regarding "The future of CRNA practice: How to prepare for the next merger or acquisition" please rate Robert J. Gauvin, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 27. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "The future of CRNA practice: How to prepare for the next merger or acquisition" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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Review the current anesthesia marketplace.
Discuss why anesthesia groups lose contracts.
Review strategies to promote your value and protect your future.

* 28. Regarding "Chronic pain management medications--What the anesthetist needs to know" please rate Megan Taylor, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 29. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "Chronic pain management medications--What the anesthetist needs to know" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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The learner will be able to identify common pathology/disease states associated with chronic pain.
The learner will achieve understanding of the basic pharmacology of commonly used outpatient chronic pain medications.
The learner will understand how these chronic pain medications may interact with commonly used anesthetics.
The learner will have a greater understanding of the role of outpatient prescription narcotics and the current opioid crisis.

* 30. Regarding "The road to wellness: Paving the way to a healthy work environment" please rate Josh Lea, MSN, CRNA, on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective
Physical facilities facilitated learning
The content was related to the objectives

* 31. Please indicate your achievement of each objective on "The road to wellness: Paving the way to a healthy work environment" on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best). The learner will be able to:

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Define a healthy work environment and its critical elements: communication, collaboration, decision making, staffing, recognition, and leaders
Describe the evidence that unhealthy work environments contribute to medical errors, decrease quality of care, and stress among he
Discuss individual methods of promoting a healthy work environment during both personal and professional conflict.
Identify organizational interventions to support a healthy work environment.

* 32. Regarding "AANA Update" please rate Maribeth Massie PhD, MS, CRNA on a scale from 1 to 5 (5 being the best).

  1-Poor 2-Fair 3-Good 4-Very Good 5-Excellent N/A
The facilitator was effective in presenting the material
Teaching methods were effective