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Call for help:

Are you an active member of the NEASRNA? 


We are looking for one of you to represent us at the Spring NEANA meeting in 

Burlington, MA... April 4-6. 


We know it's short notice (our representative that was supposed to go is 

unable due to a personal matter). You wouldn't have to attend the entire 

meeting and our President will supply you with the student report for the 

meeting. 


Please contact president@neasrna.org if you are able to attend this important 

event! Many of us will be attending the Midyear Assembly in DC during this 

time so are unable to be there. Thank you for your help!


Visit http://www.neana.net for information about the meeting. 



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The Voice of New England Student Registered 
Nurse Anesthetists

History

The New England Assembly of Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists (NEASRNA) has been in existence since 1981.
The founder and first Chairman was Bill Evans, a student in the Pawtucket Memor
ial Hospital Nurse Anesthesia program in Rhode Island. The assembly was formed to provide student representation at the New England Assembly of School Faculty (NEASF).

Purpose:

NEASRNA serves as a vehicle for anesthesia students in the New England, New Jersey, & New York areas to assemble and exchange ideas of common concern. NEASRNA serves as a communication link between the student body and school faculty.

The assembly assists students in gaining insight and experience in the following areas:
  1. Collegial networks
  2. Faculty and student communication
  3. Group processes, role responsibility and leadership
  4. National and professional issues, lobbying activities
  5. Professional commitment and participation
  6. Continuing education
  7. Community outreach

Objectives

  1. To facilitate communication pathways between the NEASF and NEASRNA.
  2. To plan and execute SRNA group meetings aimed at enhancing communication, education and professional involvement.
  3. To organize committees within the NEASRNA to reach organizational goals.
  4. To promote camaraderie among fellow student nurse anesthetists.
  5. To facilitate educational experiences, mission trips and outreach for students. 
  6. To provide scholarship opportunities to members through fundraising and sponsorship.



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