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Research presented at national nurse anesthetist conference

WCU nurse anesthesia students Erica Edington and Amelia Hinds worked with WCU faculty on research that they recently presented in a conference poster at the national conference for the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists held in Seattle.

WCU nurse anesthesia students,from left, Erica Edington and Amelia Hinds worked with WCU faculty on research that they recently presented in a conference poster at the national conference for the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists held in Seattle. (Photo from Claire DeCristofaro)

WCU nurse anesthesia students,from left, Erica Edington and Amelia Hinds worked with WCU faculty on research that they recently presented in a conference poster at the national conference for the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists held in Seattle. (Photo from Claire DeCristofaro)

The graduate students were the first and second authors of  “What Pharmacologic Characteristics of Propofol Contribute to its Use as Drug of Abuse?” Additional authors were Claire DeCristofaro, associate professor of nursing, and Mason McDowell, assistant professor nursing.

In addition,  DeCristofaro recently presented “Controlled Substance Prescribing: Focus on Pain Management” for an invited continuing education seminar for nurse practitioners at the Charles George VA Medical Center.

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