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Duration - 00:16:26

For CRNA Week – An interview with Jessica Emmons, MSN, CRNA

Jessica Emmons, is a recent Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) program graduate who, like many of us, has quite an interesting story to tell of her journey into nursing and to her latest career stop, as a nurse anesthetist. Jessica began her adult life as an accountant and when she was looking for a change, others in healthcare described nursing as an “enviable world.” During her 12 years as an emergency room nurse, Jessica also worked as a vascular access nurse, where she experienced significant autonomy and decision-making responsibility. As she developed her leadership skills and was sought after for more responsibility, she realized that remaining at the bedside was important to her. She shadowed a colleague in the operating room and had a “wow experience” that drew her to becoming a CRNA.
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Read more about Jessica here. 

Duration - 3:55

Physiology Fundamentals: Mean Arterial Pressure

In this episode, Cardiovascular Nurse Practitioner Valerie Dziados, MSN, CRNP, ANP-C, AGACNP-C explains what mean arterial pressure (MAP) is, why it is an important piece of clinical information, what to expect in terms of treatment, and some easy methods of how to calculate MAP.