The Utah Association of Nurse Anesthetists (UANA) represents over 150 Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists (CRNAs) licensed in Utah.

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Health care providers who prescribe controlled substances are required to complete 3.5 hours of continuing education on Schedule II and III controlled substances.

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UANA Members are encouraged to donate towards the state PAC Fund. Donations can be made here.

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Click here for information about upcoming Conference and Workshops.

UANA BOARD MEMBERS

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TED MORRIS

President

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MATT ADAMS

President-Elect

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MICHAEL HARTMAN

Secretary/Treasurer

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DAN BUNKER

Board Member

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COLBY JACOBSON

Board Member

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JENNEY CHRISTENSEN

Student Representative

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APRIL BLAIR

Executive Director

RECENT NEWS

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After a varied series of jobs mainly involving hairnets and plastic nametags, John realized his true calling and graduated with a BSN from Brigham Young University in 1993. He worked as a Float Pool RN at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center specializing in critical care areas.

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Ted Morris is currently serving as the President-Elect for the Utah Association of Nurse Anesthetists (UANA). This is his 5th year on the board and he enjoys being involved, meeting new people, making positive change, traveling, and serving others that have a need.

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I have been asked to write an article about the humanitarian trips I have taken as a CRNA. For years I was interested in doing humanitarian work, but found lots of roadblocks in making it happen. I finally got hooked up with The International Children’s Surgical Foundation and made it happen.