DNP Transition Statement: The Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA) requires that all students matriculating into a nurse anesthesia educational program on January 1, 2022 or thereafter be enrolled in a program approved by the COA to award a practice doctoral degree. The University of New England Nurse Anesthesia program plans to submit its application to the COA for approval to award the Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) degree in January 2019. Pending approval by the COA, the program plans to enroll its first doctoral cohort of students in May 2020. Further information regarding this transition may be obtained by contacting the Program Director Maribeth Massie, Ph.D., MS, CRNA at 207-221-4519 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Read More
18 years experience with nurse anesthesia education and clinical practice. Research interests include pediatric
and remote anesthesia. Dissertation research in health services research and healthcare economics
Experience in varied clinical settings including community hospitals, trauma center, office practice. Experience as a department chief/manager. Established a clinical site for a nurse anesthesia program. Preceptored nurse anesthesia students. Received my DNP from Northeastern University with a focus on generational differences as related to clinical teaching.
Executive board member of AANA. Read More
mentoring. Active in professional organizations.
I have been a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist for over 20 years. I provide anesthesia services in an anesthesia team environment as well as a solo practicing CRNA for my company; Sleep Safe Anesthesia PLLC. I have held many state and National leadership positions and worked on many national committee's. Most recently, I was the Vice President of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists. I have been lecturing around the country at anesthesia state and national meetings and I... Read More
My undergraduate degree is in Nursing. I was an intensive care nurse for several years before attending anesthesia school at the Johns Hopkins Hospital School of Anesthesia for Nurses. I worked as part of the Vascular and Thoracic Anesthesia Team at JHH for several years before moving to Massachusetts to work as a Nurse Anesthetist. I stopped giving anesthesia when I started graduate school at the University of Vermont Medical School Department of Physiology and Biophysics, where I earned my... Read More