URGENT - Call Your Congressman Now!
Have you seen what the American Association of Colleges of Nursing (AANC) is saying about the Grimm-Kirkpatrick letter?
We need to make sure that OUR voices are heard. TSA Call For Action
|Linda Young: Nurse anesthetists should work under physician supervision- Read the article published in the Gainsville Sun.|
SENATE BILL 406 AND ADOPTED MEDICAL BOARD RULES IMPROVE PATIENT ACCESS, MAINTAIN PATIENT SAFETY, and CONFIRM PHYSICIAN DELEGATION AND SUPERVISION OF CRNAs
Great news, the Texas Medical Board has adopted rules required by the passage of Senate Bill 406 and confirmed that the current Texas Medical Board rules related to the practice of nurse anesthetists (CRNAs) are sufficient and make clear that CRNAs must act under the delegation and supervision of a physician. There is still no independent practice for CRNAs in Texas. (Read more)
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Save these dates:
|TSA Interim Meeting
May 3, 2014
Fort Worth Convention Center
|TSA Annual Meeting
September 4-7, 2014
The Hyatt Lost Pines Resort
Lost Pines, Texas 78612
TSA gratefully acknowledges Greater Houston Anesthesiology/US Anesthesia Partners for their exclusive sponsorship of the Friday Night Welcome Reception.
The TSA acknowledges the following anesthesiology groups and companies for their support of the TSA 2013 Annual Meeting:
David W. Mercier, M.D.
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TSA President's Acceptance Speech
Perhaps the most gratifying function of this role is the presentation of the plaque of appreciation to the past president. I’ve looked back through the history of our Society. I found very few instances where one president has had the honor of bestowing this plaque to a colleague from the same group or department. Well, most of you know that Marty and I are at UT Southwestern together...
A. H. “Buddy” Giesecke, Jr.
A. H. “Buddy” Giesecke, Jr.:
Dr. Adolph H. “Buddy” Giesecke, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Anesthesiology and Pain Management, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, Texas, died on Christmas Eve, 2011.
Dr. Giesecke, whose remarkable career spanned more than five decades, is considered an icon in the field of anesthesiology.
He has been recognized for his many accomplishments. He received numerous awards and honors, including the Distinguished Service Award from the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists and Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Trauma Anesthesia and Critical Care Society.