Howard Burtnett, MHS, CRNA was awarded Clinical Instructor of the Year by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) at the Nurse Anesthesia Annual Congress held September 9-13, 2016 in Washington, D.C. The honor recognizes individuals who made a significant contribution to teaching nurse anesthesia students in the clinical area. To find out more visit the link to AANA’s press release.
Julie was the recipient of the Hazel M. Currier Award given to the student of the graduating class who best represents the program motto of “Vigilance, Knowledge and Compassion.”
Michael received the Program Director’s Clinical Excellence Award given to the member of the graduating class for superior clinical performance.
This award is given to the graduating student whose clinical practice, academic work, and community service best exemplifies the program motto of “Vigilance, Knowledge, and Compassion.”
Heather received the Program Director Award for Clinical Excellence, an award given to a graduating senior that has gone above and beyond the requirements for clinical rotations.
Colleen was the first recipient of the SOFA Foundation’s award for outstanding professionalism, an award given to one member of the graduating senior class in recognition of their commitment to professionalism in the clinical setting.