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Elisabeth Stewart, MSN, MSNA, CRNA focused her Master of Science in Nurse Anesthesia project on the pharmacology of Toradol (ketorolac) and she’s here today to tell us all about it. more
What up folks! This is another short podcast on the idea that safety is a capacity, not an outcome. This idea comes out of Todd Conklin & Sidney Dekker’s work on organizational safety where they discuss two ways of looking at safety: more
What up yall this is Jon Lowrance and this is episode 96 – virtual reality in anesthesia education: SIMVANA with Peter Stallo. more
Second year SRNA here… This was a phenomenal review of locals. Very thorough and explained in a way that is clinically applicable. I really enjoyed this podcast, thank you!
Hi! Just wanted to say thanks for your excellent podcast. It follows me on my commute, and every episode gives a new piece of the puzzle of becoming better at my job as a anesthesia resident. The audio is clear and easy to listen to, even though some episodes the guests tend to speak a little to fast and therefor slur a bit. Would appreciate less shorts for dosages. more
I feel as if the “CRNA” world is neglected in the podcasting realm outside of a small number of podcasters. This podcast has been great for me as an SRNA to listen to on my commute to clinical! Thank you!
I’ve listened to Anesthesia guidebook since I started school. As I progressed through didactics into clinicals now, I found an episode that provided me with valuable information. I have listened “How to crush clinicals” many times. The insight I obtained resounded in my head and came very useful as I started my first rotation. Thanks to Jonh Lawrence for his upbeat personality, and setting a great example of scholarly and optimism!!!
As a current SRNA still getting adjusted to life in the OR, I can honestly say that this podcast has been a lifesaver. I listen to a number of anesthesia-related podcasts but this is easily my favorite. The guests are always fascinating and Jon does a great job. Love it!
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Anesthesia Guidebook launched 3 years ago and published 98 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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