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Our latest TxANA newsletter is out, and we hope you’ll read it online here and share with your fellow CRNA colleagues.
TxANA is launching a new series, the Faces of TxANA, an opportunity to learn more about the work of CRNAs and how CRNAs positively contribute to our state’s healthcare sector. For our inaugural post, meet Dr. Dru Riddle, TxANA President-Elect.
AMARILLO, TX—Leaders from the Texas Association of Nurse Anesthetists (TxANA) discussed the impact of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) on Amarillo and the state’s healthcare system with Rep. Four Price, during a visit to Northwest Texas Hospital today.
The 2017 TxANA Winter Newsletter is now available!
The 2017 TxANA Spring Newsletter is now available!
Letter from David Benton, Executive Director of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, regarding the VA rules.
TxANA submits comments related to VA proposed rule. The AANA announced that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) approved a final version of the VA’s proposed rule to grant full practice authority to APRNs except CRNAs. All members are encouraged to submit comments through AANA
The Winter Edition of the Quarterly TxANA Newsletter is available.
Registration for the 2017 Business of Anesthesia and Governance Summit is available! This event will be held in Austin, TX (January 22-23rd, 2017). TxANA collected member feedback and structured the agenda with these ideas in mind. Join us and learn more about the business side of anesthesia on Sunday and listen to lobbying advice for your profession at the Texas Capitol on Monday, all while earning 10 CEs!
2016 Fall TxANA E-Newsletter is now available!
The latest newsletter is now available, and we hope you find the time to view it.
Janice M. McMasters, CRNA, (69) died Friday, May 6, 2016.
Obituary for Kenneth Crane Kenneth Ray Crane , 65, of Longview passed away November 7,2015 after a short illness. He was born to Aubrey Crane Sr. and Emma Lee Haney Crane in Kirbyville, Texas on April 6, 1950. Kenneth graduated from Kirbyville High School. He attended Mary Hardin Baylor School of Nursing and graduated with his Bachelor of Science in Nursing. He worked at Scott and White Hospital in Temple, Texas. In 1981 he left to attend Nurse Anesthesia School and received his CRNA license. In 1990 he accepted a position at Longview Regional Hospital where he just started his 26th year of employment on October 8th. Kenneth had been a member of the Anesthesia Department for all 26 years.
It’s Springtime here at TxANA! The latest newsletter is now available, and we hope you find the time to view it.
Douglas Patrick Hobbins, 56, passed away on Saturday, Jan. 9.
Catherine "Cay" Sanders, CRNA, 73, of Bryan, Texas passed away peacefully Saturday December 19, 2015.
In Memoriam: Colonel Janet M. Connolly
The Winter TxANA newsletter is now available!
Three nursing organizations (including TxANA) are urging Gov. Greg Abbott to address shortages in veterans’ health care by allowing APRNs to practice to the full extent of their training and education. Read the letter here:
It is time once again to put the wheels in motion for the 16th annual Houston celebration of National CRNA Week. Sponsor a table and exhibit your products and services to CRNAs from across the Houston area!