To be held at:
The Rizzo Conference Center
Chapel Hill, NC 

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Registration Fees:

 Registration Fees BEFORE  3/1/2019  Registration Fees AFTER 3/1/2019
 AANA Members                                                                      $135  AANA Members                                                            $155
 AANA Non-Members                                                               $145  AANA Non-Members                                                     $165
 Anesthesia Techs, SRNAs                                                          $85  Anesthesia Techs, SRNAs                                                $85

***Registration fee includes continental breakfast, lunch and breaks

Sponsored by:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Saturday, March 9, 2019

0700 – 0730     Registration, Exhibitors and Continental Breakfast
0730 – 0830     Emergency Preparedness in Anesthesiology – Andres Orjuela, MSN, CRNA
0830 – 0930     The Opioid Epidemic and Anesthesia – Dangerous Crossroads or Pathway
                         for Change? – Kellar Lambert, MSN, CRNA
0930 – 0945     Break and Exhibitors
0945 – 1045     The Basics of the Business:  Anesthesia Contracting
                        – Robert Whitehurst, MSN, CRNA
1045 – 1145     Sugammadex:  The Most Significant Novel Agent of our Anesthetic
                        Generation or Two Drugs are Better Than One – Lili Teleki, MSN, CRNA and
                        David Dirito, MSN, CRNA
1145 – 1245      Lunch
1245 – 1415     The Role of Ultrasound in Perioperative Patient Management
                        – Christian R. Falyar, DNAP, CRNA
1415 – 1430      Break and Exhibitors
1430 – 1500      Anesthesia Drug and Supply Shortages:  Problem, Causes and Implications
                        for Practice – Lynn Tran Harris, MSN, CRNA
1500 – 1530      Pediatric Airway – Amanda Greer, DNAP, MSNA, CRNA
1530 – 1600      No Narcotic Approach with Pediatric Patients Undergoing T&A
                          – Marisa Elek, MSN, CRNA