We have worked diligently to convert our in-person review course to an online version over the last eight months. We think the final product is well worth the long wait.
Our in-person review course was taught over two consecutive days from 08.00 to 18.30. Two VERY long days for all students sitting through our classes. There is just no alternative to cover a large amount of material in a few days. Most anesthesia programs are reluctant (for good reasons) to take their students out of clinical for any extended period. Lost time in the OR is not in the student's best interest.
We listened and have now fully converted our in-person review course to an online version.
The online version is also an expanded version of our in-person teaching. Since we are no longer constrained by only two days, we decided to expand all our lectures to cover the material better. We also added a Workbook and an eBook to each course.
Our Workbook contains all the slides and images we use during the presentation. Additionally, the Workbook includes many Test-Yourself Questions covering the material you just learned. Each Workbook has a different number of questions, but we added 1165 questions to the Workbooks. These Workbooks are in full color and available as free downloadable PDF documents for the learner.
Our eBooks are chapters from the Storm Anesthesia Review 2-volume compendium. The only difference is that the printed version contains exact references to where we found the information, and the eBooks do not have these references.
The online version is available on any device you use, whether an Android or Apple phone or tablet, or you prefer to use your computer. We have you covered on any device. You create an account with recertCRNA.com (this is our course arm of Storm Anesthesia), and you will have access to your courses on all your devices at any time. You can download the FREE app for your phone or tablet.
The Storm Anesthesia Review Course gives you access to all material for three years. No extra fee for having access during the full length of your program.