Accreditation statement and credit designation
The 13th World Congress of Nurse Anesthetists (WCNA2018) provided by International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 43.25 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1035881; Expiration Date 6/20/2018.
AANA designates this program as meeting the criteria for up to 4.75 CE Credits in pharmacology/therapeutics.
American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA)
The American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) is the professional association representing more than 49,000 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) and student registered nurse anesthetists nationwide. www.aana.com
The 13th World Congress of Nurse Anesthetists (WCNA2018) is awarded with 20 CE credits for Hungarian nurses by the National Healthcare Services Center. Code Number: SZTK-A-21985/2018; Expiration Date 5/15/2020.
All presenters and planners of this continuing nursing education activity are required to disclose to the audience any significant financial relationship with the manufacturer(s) of any commercial healthcare products, goods or services consumed by or used on patients. If any conflict has been disclosed, the planners of this program assure that the content is unbiased and free of any conflict of interest.
How to claim CE credit
The link to an electronic Evaluation/CE credit claim form will be emailed to all participants after the congress, during the week of 25 June 2018.
Your feedback as it is an important part of CE accreditation and helps improve future educational offerings.
If you are not a CRNA, please check with your professional organization about how to obtain CE credit. More information about AANA Membership please click here.
Please find the lectures which have been awarded with CE credit as follows:
|Pharma CE credits|
|The Neglected Surgical Patient and the G4 Alliance||0.75||-|
|The challenge of neuromuscular diseases in anesthesia||1.00||0.50|
|Measuring Relaxation during anesthesia, the latest information||1.00||-|
|Malpositioning of Supraglottic Airway Devices||1.00||-|
|Virtual Endoscopy - a new tool in difficult airway assessment?||1.00||-|
|Workshop 1. – Reanimation||2.00||-|
|Nurse anesthetists’s scope of practice in prehospital emergency care||1.00||-|
|The difficult airway in different contexts||1.00||-|
|The airway from the laryngologist’s point of view||1.00||-|
|Workshop 2. – Hemostasis||2.00||-|
|The Opioid Crisis in the USA||1.25||1.25|
|IFNA Education Committee mission and work||0.25||-|
|Towards a vision for the future of assessment||1.00||-|
|Get up and Go! - Optimizing pain management during cancer surgery||1.00||1.00|
|Opioid Free Anesthesia and Pain Management||1.00||1.00|
|Student assessment in different countries in Nurse Anesthesia education (PANEL)||1.00||-|
|Assessing and validating Nurse Anesthetists´ competencies and standards||1.00||-|
|Workshop 3. – Regional anesthesia||2.00||-|
|Just do it - improving perioperative management in real life!||1.00||-|
|Management of acute post-operative pain - How efficient are we||1.00||-|
|IFNA Practice Committee Session||2.00||-|
|Workshop 4. – Difficult Airway||2.00||-|
|Does anaesthesia, drugs/technique for none cardiac surgery, impact short and long term outcomes; an update 2018||1.00||-|
|Challenges of Anesthesia in the Day Surgery||1.00||-|
|IFNA Practice Committee Interactive Session / Panel Disscussion||2.00||-|
|Workshop 5. – Difficult Airway||2.00||-|
|Heart transplantation in Croatia||1.00||-|
|Why do we err? Unavoidable vs unacceptable in anesthesia mishaps||1.00||-|
|Postoperative urinary retention||1.00||-|
|Educational aspects of nurse anesthetics: Master level education from creating a programme to enhancing professional development||1.00||-|
|Simulation as an innovative teaching method at Semmelweis University Faculty of Health Sciences||1.00||-|
|Patient’s privacy in operating department||1.00||-|
|Strategies to Prevent the Top 10 Anesthesia Errors Resulting in Poor Patient Outcomes||1.00||-|
|Perioperative Inadvertent hypothermia: Pathohysiology and clinical implications||1.00||-|
|Perioperative pain management in children and neonates||1.00||-|
|The Aftermath of Perioperative Catastrophes: Our Voices are Finally Heard!||1.00||-|
The CE certificate will be available after completing the online evaluation and credit claiming procedure. The process takes about 10 minutes. We thank you for your feedback as it is an important part of CE accreditation and helps improve future educational offerings.
- Access the online system via the provided link (will be sent after the congress)
- Complete the anonymous online evaluation.
- Complete the credit claim form and submit.
- The CE certificate will be available for download; fill-in and retain for your personal records
For Hungarian educational credits please contact the Registration Desk to fill the needed documentation.