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Join us in Congratulating these MANA Scholarship Award Recipients!

Frank Schymik; Oakland University Beaumont Graduate Program of Nurse Anesthesia

Rachel Carlock; Michigan State University Nurse Anesthesia Program

Brandon Riley; Wayne State University Eugene Applebaum College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences

Emily Huskey; The University of Michigan Flint Hurley Medical Center Master of Science in Anesthesia Program

 

The scholarship award presentation will take place during the 2018 AANA Annual Congress Student Scholarship Luncheon in Boston, MA on Monday, September 24, 2018 from 12:00 - 1:30 pm.

 


Michigan Healthcare provider Human Trafficking educational requirement

If you are solicited by an outside entity stating that this training is now a continuing education requirement and offering a one-hour webinar to satisfy this new requirement, this is not the case.

The State of Michigan recently added to Michigan law a requirement that all healthcare providers seeking license renewal (and initial licensure) undergo training on identifying victims of human trafficking, a state and national problem that is growing each year. Healthcare providers are in a unique position to come into contact with victims of human trafficking and connect them with much needed support and services. Just as providers have a duty to report suspected child and spousal abuse, suspected human trafficking is a human rights violation that healthcare providers can play a major part in helping to eradicate. 

After consulting the State of Michigan’s Department of Health and Human Services, we have determined the following regarding this requirement:

  • All licensed healthcare providers who wish to renew their license to practice MUST complete this training. For example - if your license expires this year, you have until the next full licensure period to complete the training. If your license expired in 2017, you must have completed this training prior to November 30, 2017.
  • This is a ONE-TIME requirement.
  • When renewing your license, there will be a spot for you to indicate that you have received this training. The State will then randomly audit a sample to ensure compliance.

The presentation in Human Trafficking presented at MANA conferences will satisfy all the requirements of this training. Each individual attending the session must sign in prior to the start of the session AND sign out upon completion of the session. MANA will provide a certificate stating completion of the training. This verification can be provided to the State of Michigan if you are audited. 


Human trafficking affects individuals across the world, and right here in Michigan. It is commonly regarded as the second largest criminal enterprise after drugs. Human trafficking affects every community in Michigan across age, gender, ethnicity, and socio-economic backgrounds. If you suspect that any child or adult is a victim, or is at risk of becoming a victim, call 855-444-3911 any time day or night. If the individual is in imminent danger, immediately call 9-1-1.

 


 

       When is YOUR 2-year Check-in deadline?


The first CPC Program 2-yer Check-in window is quickly approaching - open April 3 - July 31, 2018 for most CRNAs that recertified (or initially certified) in 2016.

The below chart includes specific deadlines that will be helpful for you.

 

              


What is the 2-year Check-in?

Under the former “recertification” program, CRNAs came back every two years. That check-in and billing timing stays the same under the Continued Professional Certification (CPC) Program. Though the continuing education periods in the CPC Program are divided into two 4-year cycles, you will check in every two years to continue the timing that has worked for CRNAs in the past.

The 2-year Check-in will be a simple, online process to:

    validate your state licensure*
    confirm continuing practice**
    update your contact information
    review your progress towards CPC Program compliance and make plans for the 
      next two years                                                                                                              pay the $110 credentialing fee (the same amount as in the past)


The NBCRNA is committed to ensuring a smooth 2-year Check-in process for all CRNAs and will provide regular updates and reminder. Find out more information on the process on the 2-year Check-in page, as well as CPC Program resources, videos, toolkit, and more.

Questions?
Call 855-285-4658 or email cpc@nbcrna.com 


A group of Sparrow CRNAs made an incredible commitment to the new

Herbert-Herman Cancer Center.

 


Covenant HealthCare hosts future CRNAs

Over 30 sophomores and juniors from high schools in the mid-Michigan area attended a tour and teaching demonstration courtesy of Covenant HealthCare.

The demonstration teaching was done by Angie Williamson, one of Covenant's staff CRNA's. 

 

     

 


 

2018 Advertising & Sponsorship Opportunities Now

Available



Partner with MANA in 2018! For a full list of annual sponsorship's available and advertising options, follow the links below or contact MANA at 734-477-0328.

 

       Advertising Contract

       

       Sponsorship Opportunities

 

 

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Refreshed 1/6/2016 


 

Share Your Volunteer & Advocacy Efforts with the MANA Membership

 

The MANA PR Committee would like to assist you in getting the word out about all the great work you do volunteering in the community and advocating for our great profession! We have created a new form that MANA members can use to communicate with the PR Committee about events you would like highlighted featuring your contribution to an important cause or advocacy effort.

The process is very simple - here is what you need to do:

  • Complete the Volunteer Form form found in this link provided 60 days prior to your event
  • Send in the completed form to info@MIANA.org or mail to the MANA office: 1390 Eisenhower Place, Ann Arbor, MI, 48108
  • On the day of the event, take many pictures to be shared with the membership
  • Send pictures and a summary write up of the event (250 words or less) to MANA at the address above within 2 weeks

Here is what MANA’s PR Committee will do:

  • We will help you get the word out about your event before and after it occurs by posting the information you provide on one or more of the following: social media, MANA website, Monday Morning Update
  • MANA will ad their logo to your pictures before being posted

If you have questions, please call MANA at 734-477-0328

Sincerely,
Your Biggest Fans, The MANA PR Committee


MANA Career Center

Looking for career advancements in your area, or would like to find the perfect candidate for an opening in your facility? Look no further! MANA has a new job board located on the website for members to post job openings, find potential candidates, search openings, upload resumes, and subscribe to new posting notifications.

To search for open jobs or post an open position, click here for more details!

 

 

30th National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG)
July 10 -14, 2016
Detroit, Michigan


The National Veterans Golden Age Games is the premier senior adaptive rehabilitation program in the U.S. It is also the only national multi-event sports and recreational seniors’ competition program designed to improve the quality of life for all older Veterans, including those with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.
It consists of 17 different sporting events with 800 veteran athletes participating and thousands in attendance to cheer them on. The majority of the event will occur at Cobo Center, other venues are WSU, Belle Isle, Lakes of Taylor Golf Course, Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, and Skore Lanes in Taylor.
 
30th National Veterans Golden Age Games (NVGAG)
July 10 -14, 2016
Detroit, Michigan


The National Veterans Golden Age Games is the premier senior adaptive rehabilitation program in the U.S. It is also the only national multi-event sports and recreational seniors’ competition program designed to improve the quality of life for all older Veterans, including those with a wide range of abilities and disabilities.
It consists of 17 different sporting events with 800 veteran athletes participating and thousands in attendance to cheer them on. The majority of the event will occur at Cobo Center, other venues are WSU, Belle Isle, Lakes of Taylor Golf Course, Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, and Skore Lanes in Taylor.
 
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