Perianesthesia Pathophysiology and Assessment: A Systems Approach (PPAW2209) 7.25 CH - Webcast - Saturday, March 5, 2022
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Target Audience: All perianesthesia nurses
Outcome: To enable the nurse to increase knowledge in pathophysiology and assessment of the perianesthesia patient
Overall Program Objective: Review key components of system specific pathophysiology and assessment for the perianesthesia patient
Contact Hours 7.25
Myrna Mamaril, DNP, RN, NEA-BC, CPAN, CAPA, FAAN, FASPAN
Myrna Mamaril is currently the Clinical Nurse Specialist for Perianesthesia Services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. She has held various nursing and administrative roles in her career, such as Nurse Manager, Director of Surgery, Consultant, and Researcher.
Myrna has her doctor of nursing practice from the University of Alabama. She has a master’s degree in Trauma/Critical Care Nursing and a Business Certificate from the University of Maryland. Ms Mamaril has held ASPAN leadership positions as President, Director of Clinical Practice, and Director of Research. Myrna is a Fellow in the American Academy of Nursing and a Fellow in the American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses.
She has received numerous honors – ASPAN's Outstanding Achievement Award and most recently, the University of Alabama Doctorate of Nursing Practice, and the University of Maryland School of Nursing's Distinguished Alumnae.
CAPT (Retired) Mamaril served over 25 years as a Nurse Corps Officer in the United States Navy Reserve - most notably as the Director of Nursing Service at the NATO Role III Multinational Medical Unit, Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Myrna is a sought after national and international speaker who lectures on diverse perianesthesia/critical care/emergency trauma topics.
Early Bird pricing for this webcast ends at midnight ET on 2/5/22
Register Early! Online registration is highly recommended. If we do not meet the minimum required attendance by 2/24/22, the webcast will be cancelled, and the listing will no longer be available. Notification of cancellation to registered attendees will come from ASPAN. If the minimum required attendance is met, online registration will remain open until midnight ET on 3/4/22. No registrations will be accepted after that time.
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Group registrations must be mailed or faxed only. The registration form is available in the brochure. Click here to view the brochure for full details.
Anyone taking the CPAN®/CAPA® discount will be asked to provide their certification number.
Cancellation Policy: Full refund upon receipt of documented notice of cancellation postmarked 30 days or more preceding webcast date. An administrative fee of 20% will be charged for any cancellation postmarked 29 days or less preceding one week of the webcast date. Please note that webcasts cancelled within one week or less of the webcast date will not be eligible for a refund. This cancellation policy applies regardless of when you register. Refund will be determined by the date notice is received in the ASPAN National Office in Cherry Hill, NJ.