This program has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology for 20.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1041942; Expiration Date 10/21/2022. AANA designates this program as meeting the criteria for up to 5.50 CE Credits in pharmacology/therapeutics.
JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort & Spa offers luxury to our participants. Offering on site hotel restaurants, bars, Starbucks, heated outdoor pools and a tranquil day spa… it is the perfect setting for a relaxing conference experience. The pueblo-style, pet-friendly accommodations are situated on 125 pristine acres between Mummy and Camelback Mountains. We promise it will NOT disappoint!
Our team has negotiated significantly reduced room block rates for our conference participants for 10/16/22 to 10/21/22. The block rate of $309 will be available on a first come, first serve basis for resort casitas. *Room block rates guaranteed prior to September 16th, 2022 or until sold out, which ever occurs first. Our room block booking link is released to participants upon conference registration. We will make every effort to keep this page updated regarding block availability.
Room rates are subject to a non-commissionable daily resort fee of $40 plus tax per room (currently 13.17%), per night. the fee will cover several amenities which include:
- Enhanced high speed internet access
- Daily spa & fitness full access for 2 people
- Daily self parking
- Daily bicycle rental for 2 people (3 hours)
- Daily golf driving range and shuttle for 2 people
- Daily tennis court use (2 hour) for 2 people
- 15% off resort gift shop
- 15% off Camelback golf club
- 15% off spa shop (excludes spa skincare shop)
Additional porterage gratuities are $12 per person round trip and housekeeping gratuities are $5 per room per day.
Lee Ranalli DNAP, CRNA
Assistant Professor, Midwestern University Nurse Anesthesia Program
Lee Ranalli graduated from the Kaiser Permanente School of Anesthesia in 2010 and then moved back to his home state of Arizona. After serving multiple years as a Chief CRNA, he decided to pursue his passion of education by becoming an Assistant Professor for Midwestern University’s Nurse Anesthesia Program. Lee went back to school to obtain his DNP from the University of Alabama and now provides anesthesia lectures for multiple nurse anesthesia programs across the country. He is an author of numerous published articles and co-authors the Obstetric Anesthesia chapter within the textbook Nurse Anesthesia. Lee currently serves on the Arizona State Board of Nursing’s Advanced Practice Advisory Committee and is a former President of the Arizona Association of Nurse Anesthetists.
We are proud to have you on our panel Lee!
LTC Peter Strube DNAP, MBA, CRNA
Assistant Professor Rosalind Franklin University
Instructional Academic Staff, Clinical Instructor University of Wisconsin, OshKosh
He has authored several professional articles and training programs, and speaks professionally both nationally and internationally. He is an editor and reviewer for anesthesia articles and papers. He has been elected to serve on the state association board and two AANA national committees. He has served his community as a member of the Mount Horeb Board of Education and is a Commissioner on the Dane County Ethics Board and is a court appointed mentor for veterans in crisis. We are honored to have Dr Strubes’ continued contributions to our conference panel. Thank you Peter!
Rebecca Sullivan DNAP, MHS, CRNA
Founder/Program Director, Summit Anesthesia Seminars
Co-founder CRNA Partners
Adjunct Professor Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Computing, St Vincent College
Staff CRNA & Educational Coordinator, Excela Health System
Donna Eyler MSN, CRNA
Cardiac Team Lead/SRNA Preceptor, Mayo Clinic Arizona
Donna has an extensive background in pediatric and cardiac care, trauma, nursing forensics. She also holds a masters degree in nursing leadership. Welcome to the team Donna!