Turks and Caicos

Beaches Turks & Caicos Resort Villages & Spa

November 4 - 9, 2018

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Welcome to EA4CRNAs Winter Get-Away!

You are cordially invited to join us as our special guest in this tropical paradise!

Fun and fabulous experiences on what Traveler Magazine calls the "best beaches in the world"!

CEUs from lectures by prominent nurse anesthesia leaders

Limited registration and limited accommodations!

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Seminar Overview

  • Up to 20 credit hours can be achieved
  • NBCRNA / CPC Core Module and/or Daily Practice Relevancy
  • This seminar is aligned with the AANA Class A CE Credits requirements

The Sandals Adventure

Make sure to explore the resort website and look at the rooms and views. They’re breath-taking. Click here to go there.

If you're looking for the most comprehensive all-inclusive family vacation on a resort that offers every imaginable amenity and the Caribbean's largest water theme park Beaches Turks & Caicos is for you.

Seminar Details

Location: Providenciales, Turks & Caicos
Expected Weather: From November to May the average temperature is 80° to 84°F (27°-29°C)r
Dates: Nov 4-9, 2018
AANA Class A CE Credits: 20
Spaces Available: 35
Full Price (all four days): $800
Daily Price (if you wish to attend some, not all, of the four days): $225

Included as part of your stay:

    • All meals, anytime snacks and fine dining
    • Scuba diving (if certified)*
    • Sailing, water skiing, snorkeling & more
    • Land sports
    • Luxurious accommodations
    • Wi-Fi at in all public areas and all room categories
    • Kids Camp with Certified nannies
    • Airport transfers
    • Premium Spirits
    • Exchange privileges
    • All tips, gratuities and hotel taxes
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Laura Ardizzone, Director Nurse Anesthesia Services at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Laura L. Ardizzone is the director of Nurse Anesthesia Services at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York City. She also serves as adjunct clinical faculty at Columbia University School of Nursing. Her previous roles include Assistant Clinical Professor of Nursing and Director of Clinical Education at Columbia University School of Nursing.

Laura is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania for her BSN and received her Master’s and Doctor of Nursing Practice degrees from Columbia University. She also completed a post-doctoral clinical fellowship at Columbia University School of Nursing. Laura’s research interests and publications include patient safety, patient hand hygiene and global health. She is currently overseeing a multi-site expansion project for delivering clinical anesthesia services.

Laura is also a senior member of the advisory board of the Hillman Alumni Association, the President of the Columbia University School of Nursing Alumni Board and member of the advisory board for Advanced Practice Provider Executives. She is a new fellow of the New York Academy of Medicine. Laura serves on the editorial board for the International Student Journal of Nurse Anesthesia and has lectured nationally and internationally on a variety of patient safety and clinical anesthesia topics.

Dr. Louis Guzzi

Louis Guzzi, MD, FCCM is board certified in Internal Medicine, Critical Care and Neocritical Care. Dr. Guzzi is a graduate of the Georgetown University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. and did his undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University. He did his initial residency in Internal Medicine at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center in Augusta Georgia, followed by an operational tour with the 101st Airborne at Ft. Campbell Kentucky, following that he completed an anesthesia residency and Critical Care fellowship at Walter reed Army Medical Center in Washington, DC. Afterward he was Director of Combat Trauma Research at the Walter Reed Army institute of Research with expertise in trauma and combat injuries, advanced field medicine, and blast and chemical/biologic injuries. He left the US army and entered the reserves and took the opportunity to start a Critical Care practice at JLR Medical Group, at Florida Hospital in Orlando, Florida. He has practiced Critical Care at Florida Hospital for over 20 years and has started multiple practices within the organization. Dr. Guzzi has received multiple teaching awards, published on trauma and advanced battlefield and flight care. He has a Meritorious Service Medal and remains active in teaching and consulting in trauma and Critical Care.

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Kelly Wiltse Nicely, Assistant Professor, Director, Nurse Anesthesia Program (DNP) | Office of Academic Advancement

Kelly is Director of Emory's School of Nursing’s Nurse Anesthesia program. She joined the School of Nursing from the University of Pennsylvania, where she served as the program director for the university’s Nurse Anesthesia program and led its transition from a master’s to a doctoral degree program.

Lynn Macksey, RN, MSN, CRNA

After working in different ICU environments for 23 years, Lynn moved from Orlando, FL to Pittsburgh, PA with a 10 year-old daughter and a 12 year-old son, and a very stunned husband to attend the University of Pittsburgh Nurse Anesthesia Program.  Graduating in 2005, she and her family moved to Raleigh, NC where she worked for seven years on the call-team at Wake Med Raleigh.

While working full-time, she also wrote three AANA Journal articles and four books, including two Pocket Guides, a Surgical Procedures and Anesthetic Implications textbook, and is a co-author of a board review book. She was awarded first place in the 2017 AJN (American Journal of Nursing) Book of the Year Awards in the Critical Care/Emergency Nursing category.

Lynn has worked at UNC for four-and-a-half years.  Her daughter is now 25 and her son 27 – which is amazing as Lynn says she is " . . . only 29 years old."  She lives in Holly Springs with her husband Keith, four cats, and a rescue dog named Toby.

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