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  1. Nurse Anesthesia PracticeA Historical Review of its Legal Preservation Daniel Rohrer, RN, BSN, SRNA York College of Pennsylvania/WellSpan Health Nurse Anesthetist Program

  2. It is essential… Ira P. Gunn, MLN, CRNA, FAAN

  3. OBJECTIVES • Identify the key historical legal cases that contributed to the definition and preservation of nurse anesthesia practice. • Describe the significant persons, dynamics, and outcomes of each case • Discuss the impact of the historical cases on the practicing CRNA • Discuss the role of the CRNA in practice preservation and interdisciplinary partnership.

  4. Brief History…

  5. Lakeside Hospital Agatha Hodgins Founder of AANA 1877-1945 Dr. George Crile and staff The Lakeside Unit January 13, 1915 Dr. George W. Crile

  6. THE FIRST CHALLENGE Fit for Duty? VS Dr. Francis H. McMechan Agatha Hodgins Neuilly-sur-Seine, France World War I

  7. IMPACT • First anti-nurse anesthesia activity • Medicine, Licensure, & Supervision • Precedent for challenge

  8. Frank Vs. South • KY House Bill 214 • Dentist Supervision • Education &Training Good Point!

  9. Chalmers-Francis Vs. Nelson Dagmar Nelson, CRNA Dr. Verne Hunt

  10. Impact • Tested and Preserved Nurse Anesthesia Practice *first nursing specialty • Medicine vs. Nursing • First NANA (AANA) advocacy

  11. Bahn Vs. NME, Inc.Antitrust Cases VinodBhan, CRNA (center) with attorneys

  12. Impact • Nurse & Physician Providers • Right to bring suit • Protection from monopoly *other cases

  13. Brave Advocates…… Discuss the issues…

  14. “We must provide them (future providers) with the opportunity to develop, live up to, and contribute to the same proud professional identity and high quality service ethic that has brought us (CRNAs) so far and which will sustain our presence into the future.” - Ira P. Gunn

  15. Our role… • Professionalism • Healthcare Policy • AANA & PAC What else…?

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