ANE 590 - Clinical Anesthesia I
(2 cr.) During semesters two through four of the program, students develop knowledge and skills in delivering anesthesia and managing patients receiving anesthesia; in patient interviewing and physical examination; vascular access; and basic airway management. Clinical activity occurs at the end of each semester in the first year of the program. The knowledge and skills defined in the task progression must be mastered for each clinical rotation before the student may advance to the next clinical rotation. Each successive semester provides increasing responsibility and increased complexity for the student. Students are assigned to a single clinical site for the entire first year of the program. (45 hours/week for 4.5 weeks) Every Year, Fall

Fall 2016