World Congress for Nurse Anesthetists 2016

Next World Congress for Nurse Anesthetists in 2016


Be ready for participating to the next World Congress for nurse Anesthetists in Glasgow, Scotland, UK in 2016 Please note that dates have been changed . the congress will be in May 13th till May 16th.
WCNA 2016
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 Announcement Accreditation Grant

Apply for Grant for Program Accreditation application

Nurse Anesthesia education school or program for international project
Deadline February 28th 2016


Applications are being accepted for nurse anesthesia schools or programs (programs) interested in applying for IFNA Accreditation. One program will be selected to complete the accreditation process which requires completion of all steps in the written procedure for accreditation as outlined in the International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists Anesthesia Program Approval Process (APAP) Operational Policies and Procedures.

The selected program will be required to pledge to meet the IFNA Educational Standards for Preparing Nurse Anesthetists; and submit their curriculum and related material in a written self study for review by the IFNA Education Committee. The information will also evaluated by a team of on-site visitors to determine if they meet the IFNA Education Standards. Guidelines for this international experience will be provided.

There is no cost to the selected program for participating in the project; approved expenses will be paid by a grant from IFNA. Anesthesia programs interested in participating in the project should submit a written request to participate by February 28th, 2016. The completed application should be e-mailed to the IFNA Executive Office .
Please read the eligibility criteria here

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 Anesthesia manuals available for download

These 2 Anesthesia manuals volume 1 and volume 2, and the Rescucitation manual are available for downloading.
Lectures and handouts on regional Anesthesia are also available



NEW Handouts and slides available for illustrating lectures

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 Announcement Accreditation


Applications Being Accepted!
International Federation of Nurse Anesthetists
Anesthesia Program Approval Process (APAP)



IFNA wants anesthesia educators to join others in our international community who have earned certificates of approval for their anesthesia programs/schools. APAP provides a unique opportunity to use international education standards in an approval process that takes cultural, national or regional differences into consideration. You can apply for one of three categories.

• Level #1 - Registration
• Level #2 - Recognition
• Level #3 - Accreditation

Application forms available

APAP Operational Policies and Procedures
Eligibility Application for Nurse & Non-Physician Anesthesia Program Registration
Eligibility Application for Nurse & Non-Physician Anesthesia Program Recognition
Eligibility Application for Nurse Anesthesia Program Accreditation

Application deadlines for 2015
• February 28th, 2015
• April 1, 2015
• October 1 2015

Please submit your application by e-mail to the IFNA Executive Office at ifna.rod@wanadoo.fr.
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 International Center for Human Ressources in Nursing

Launch of the International Center for Human Resources in Nursing (ICHRN) by the International Council of Nurse(ICN).
The International Centre for Human Resources in Nursing (ICHRN) was established in 2006 by the International Council of Nurses and its premier foundation, the Florence Nightingale International Foundation. The Centre is dedicated to strengthening the nursing workforce globally through the development, ongoing monitoring and dissemination of comprehensive information, standards and tools on nursing human resources policy, management, research and practice.

ICHRN is a unique, online resource serving policy makers, planners, educators, associations, employers, regulators, researchers and practitioners in the field of nursing human resources.

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