SRNA Substance Use Disorder Videos

These videos are the end result of a SRNA assignment as part of meeting the COA requirements for wellness/substance use disorder curriculum within nurse anesthesia education.  SRNAs are assigned to write a paper and compile a mini-educational lecture on the risk of substance use disorder in the nurse anesthesia profession, signs and behaviors to identify, and information on how to get help.  The SRNAs capture 5 - 7 minutes of their presentation imparting this vital information to a family member, friend, or significant other in their life.  The purpose is to build awareness and share the AANA Peer Assistance Helpline (800-654-5167) to call for help when incidents occur or suspicion is raised. With permission for each video's SRNA creator, the videos are posted here: 

Between Two Furs: Substance Use Disorder

Brandon - Class of 2019
Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia, Greenville, NC

Substance Abuse Disorder 

Anna – Class of 2019 
Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia, NC

Substance Use Disorder Awareness

Rochelle – Class of 2019
Raleigh School of Nurse Anesthesia, Greenville, NC

Chemical Dependency in Anesthesia Providers, What Family Needs to Know

Olga - Class of 2018
Drexel University Nurse Anesthesia Program, Philadelphia, PA

Table Talk – SUD in CRNA 

Christine - Class of 2021
Drexel University Nurse Anesthesia Program, Philadelphia, PA 

SUD Interview 

Nate - Class of 2021
Drexel University Nurse Anesthesia Program, Philadelphia, PA