Applications for admission are not being accepted at this time.
The NBSNA in conjunction with Central Connecticut State University awards a Master of Science Degree in Biological Sciences: Anesthesia. Graduates are entitled to take the national certification exam for Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNA) and are eligible for full, active membership in the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA).
Accreditation & Performance
The New Britain School of Nurse Anesthesia is closing. Please contact Program Director Joan Dobbins, CRNA for more information - 860-904-0320.
Class of 2013
NBSONA is the sole owner and sponsoring organization of the New Britain School of Nurse Anesthesia.
ABOUT OUR PROGRAM
Educating the Next Generation of Anesthesia Providers
At the New Britain School of Nurse Anesthesia we are committed to excellence in the education of nurse anesthetists. We ensure that each graduate excels professionally through an intensive graduate level program incorporating a comprehensive clinical training practicum.
Our academic curriculum and clinical experiences encompass the entire anesthetic period including pre-anesthesia assessment, intra-operative management, post-operative care and adjuvant anesthesia services. This diverse array of clinical situations provides our graduates a sound foundation for the practice of competent and safe anesthesia care.
The New Britain School of Nurse Anesthesia partners with Hartford Hospital for the latest innovations in anesthesia training and crisis management.
In step with leading academic centers and national anesthesia trends, our students participate in simulation training as an adjunct to clinical and didactic instruction. State of the art simulation training is provided in an operating room setting with up-to-date equipment and the SimMan high fidelity simulator.
This highly sought after clinical experience
enables our students to acquire the technical, leadership and teamwork skills
required to effectively respond to the challenges of high acuity - low
occurrence anesthesia scenarios, such as malignant hyperthermia, shock, MI,
anaphylaxis, and difficult airway/intubation.
"Clinical Highlights"Anesthesia Grand Rounds
Dr. Edmond Eger, Anesthesiologist and Emeritus Professor of Anesthesiology at the University of California at San Francisco visits the NBSNA to share his expertise on inhaled anesthetics.
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