Nurse Anesthesia

Resources / Announcements

 

Application Deadline for Advanced Pain Management Fellowship:

May 1st for class beginning the next August. Candidates will be notified of admission status by August 1st.  Apply online today at www.applyweb.com/tcug/.


All students accepted in the TCU advanced pain management program will attend a one day required orientation on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, TX. Students will meet the program administrators, faculty, and administrative staff in person. We will cover expectations, clinical requirements, and documentation of clinical experiences.

August 14, 2017

8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

TCU Campus, Annie Bass Building Room 1001

Attire: business casual

Bring a laptop computer and power cord that will be used for course work during the program.


The TCU Non-Surgical Pain Management Fellowship is accredited by the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs (COA), 222 S. Prospect Ave., Park Ridge, IL 60068; (847) 655-1160. The fellowship’s term of accreditation is June 2016- May 2021, at which time it may choose to seek continued accreditation.


The School of Nurse Anesthesia office is located in Suite 3101 on the third floor of the Annie Richardson Bass building.


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Advanced Pain Management Curriculum

Post Graduate Certificate: Advanced Non-Surgical Pain Management Course Schema

 2016-2017 Academic Year

 Required Courses:

Semester I (fall) 8 hours

NRAN 82111  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum I

NRAN 82123  Advanced Theoretical Foundations of Pain

NRAN 82133  Imaging and Radiation Safety

NRAN 82121  Developmental, Psychological, Cultural Factors & Treatments Related to Pain

Semester II (spring) 8 hours

NRAN 82211  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum II

NRAN 82223  Advanced Assessment & Diagnosis

NRAN 82323  Interventional Pain Strategies for Advanced Pain Practice

NRAN 82221  Spiritual Aspects of Health

Semester III (summer) 6 hours

NRAN 82311  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum III

NRAN 82233  Advanced Pharmacology, Botanical, Herbal, & Homeopathic Treatments

NRAN 82321  Functional Health & Functional Health Assessment

NRAN 82331  Local, Regional, & Global Structural Aspects Related to Pain

2017-2018 Academic Year

Required Courses:

Semester I (fall) 8 hours

NRAN 82111  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum I

NRAN 82223  Advanced Assessment & Diagnosis

NRAN 82133  Imaging and Radiation Safety

NRAN 82331  Local, Regional, & Global Structural Aspects Related to Pain

Semester II (spring) 8 hours

NRAN 82211  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum II

NRAN 82233  Advanced Pharmacology, Botanical, Herbal, & Homeopathic Treatments

NRAN 82323  Interventional Pain Strategies for Advanced Pain Practice

NRAN 82221  Spiritual Aspects of Health

Semester III (summer) 5 hours

NRAN 82311  Comprehensive Pain Treatment Clinical Practicum III

NRAN 82123  Advanced Theoretical Foundations of Pain

NRAN 82121  Developmental, Psychological, Cultural Factors & Treatments Related to Pain

Resources / Announcements

DNP-A application deadlines: July 1st for class beginning the next year. Completed early applications will be given preference for
interviews. Interviewees will be notified by August 1. Interview dates for 2017 are August 22, 24, 29 and 31. Candidates
will be notified of admission status by October 1st. Apply online today at www.applyweb.com/tcug/.


All students accepted in the TCU advanced pain management program will attend a one day required orientation on the TCU campus in Fort Worth, TX. Students will meet the program administrators, faculty, and administrative staff in person. We will cover expectations, clinical requirements, and documentation of clinical experiences.

August 14, 2017

8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

TCU Campus, Annie Bass Building Room 1001

Attire: business casual

Bring a laptop computer and power cord that will be used for course work during the program


TCU School of Nurse Anesthesia in partnership with American Association of Nurse Anesthetists (AANA) to offer Post-Graduate Advanced Non-Surgical Pain Management Program.


Frequently Asked Application Questions


Recommended reading for applicants and others interested in nurse anesthesia


Program Statistics


Student Handbook / DNP-A Project Guides


The School of Nurse Anesthesia office is located in Suite 3101 on the third floor of the Annie Richardson Bass building.