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Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia Workshop at the TANA 79th Annual Meeting

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Introduction to Ultrasound-Guided Regional Anesthesia

Led by: Patrick Moss, DNAP, CRNA, APRN and his team of facilitators…..

This ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia workshop is a hands-on basic-training course utilizing live scanning models, state-of-the-art ultrasound technology, and a comprehensive no-frills approach to regional anesthesia and acute pain management. In addition to an introduction to multimodal treatment pathways and reimbursement strategies, participants will receive the benefits of small-group scanning stations (six staffed stations will be provided) as well as a reintroduction to the basic concepts of a multitude of regional anesthesia techniques. Information presented will be highly practical and immediately useful. Don’t allow technology to intimidate you. The material will be presented in a manner that will invite learning and participation.

Screen Shot 2016-08-26 at 10.45.44 AMPatrick Moss, DNAP, CRNA, is a full-time faculty member at Middle Tennessee School of Anesthesia (MTSA) where he serves as the Director for the Center of Excellence for Acute Pain Management. Dr. Moss has been a board-certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) for 17 years, and prior to joining the faculty at MTSA, Dr. Moss provided anesthesia services in a variety of private-practice settings throughout middle Tennessee and south-central Kentucky.

In addition to his current responsibilities at MTSA, Dr. Moss also provides acute pain management in multiple practice settings, serves as an acute pain management consultant and expert witness, holds basic and advanced cadaveric workshops, and is a nationally-recognized speaker on acute pain management for Halyard Health. Due to his passion for educating colleagues about acute pain management – particularly those practicing in rural or underserved areas – his doctoral work focused on determining the feasibility of telementoring (remotely guiding) other CRNAs who have limited, or no, experience in providing ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia.

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