The program is focused on equipping physician executives and academic medical faculty members to take on expanding leadership roles in academic medicine and is a joint venture between the School of Medicine, the Olin Business School, and BJC HealthCare.
The International Narcotics Research Conference (INRC), the annual meeting for researchers and clinicians working in the opioid field, will honor Dr. Al-Hasani with the 2020 Young Investigator Award at their upcoming symposium.
Dr. Chilson, a respected local and national leader in pediatric cardiac anesthesiology, recently accepted the position of Associate Chief of the Division of Pediatric Anesthesiology.
Dr. Higo will help provide clinical guidance in one of the busiest and highest acuity surgical PODs on the BJH campus. He will collaborate with our surgical and BJH partners and support our clinical staff in promoting patient safety and quality, and efficiency of perioperative care.
Dr. Knittel, a highly trusted and accomplished leader in trauma anesthesiology, recently accepted the position of Section Chief of Trauma Anesthesiology in our General Anesthesiology Division.
In this position, David will prioritize the delivery of outstanding clinical care and the careers of our CRNAs. He will lead strategic planning and goal setting for the CRNAs throughout our department and will also prioritize CRNA recruitment and retention, as well as the mentorship of SRNAs and early stage CRNAs.
Erin will work closely with departmental leaders to provide leadership to the CRNA workforce and engage in strategic planning. She will help with CRNA recruitment, retention, career development, and day-to-day clinical operations.
In this role, Dr. McCormick will prioritize the delivery of outstanding clinical care while simultaneously supporting the careers and growth of our faculty, CRNAs, fellows, residents, SRNAs, and staff.
The Nurse Anesthesia program at the Goldfarb School of Nursing celebrated its Commencement on Saturday, December 14, 2019, at the Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis. Seven students received their certification, five of whom will be staying on as CRNAs in the Washington University Department of Anesthesiology.
The book is the result of a 6-year effort to help people better manage their medications, and to prevent unnecessary side effects, Emergency Department visits, and hospitalizations.