The Voice of Nurse Anesthesiology Residents!
The Nurse Anesthesiology Resident Association (NARA) has been in existence since 1981, with its first iteration of NEASRNA: New England Association of Student Nurse Anesthetists. Its founder and first Chairman was Bill Evans, a student in the Pawtucket Memorial Hospital Nurse Anesthesia program in Rhode Island. The assembly was formed to provide student representation at the New England Assembly of School Faculty (NEASF).
The NARA serves as a vehicle for anesthesia students in all regions to assemble and exchange ideas of common concern. It 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:
Faculty and student communication
Group processes, role responsibility and leadership
National and professional issues, lobbying activities
Professional commitment and participation
To facilitate communication pathways between the Nurse Anesthesiology Residents (NARs) of all schools across the country.
To plan and execute NAR group meetings aimed at enhancing communication, education and professional involvement.
To organize committees within the NARA to reach organizational goals.
To promote camaraderie among fellow NARs.
To facilitate educational experiences, mission trips and outreach for residents.
To provide scholarship opportunities to members through fundraising and sponsorship.
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