The Assistant CRNA Program Director as faculty in the Nurse Anesthesia Specialty Track assists the CRNA Program Director and contributes important clinical and educational leadership for the specialty track within the DNP program (12-month). They are responsible for collaborating with the Program Director to develop and evaluate clinical sites. The Assistant Program Director is expected to participate in clinical scholarship and leadership in the School of Nursing and within their specialty organizations. The Assistant CRNA Program Director must hold a terminal doctoral degree (DNP, PhD) from an accredited school, licensure as a registered professional nurse and Advanced Practice Nurse in Georgia and active CRNA certification/recertification by the National Board of Certification and Recertification for Nurse Anesthetists (NBCRNA). Formal instruction in curriculum, evaluation, and instruction is also required. The Assistant CRNA Program Director is experientially qualified to assist the Program Director and assume leadership responsibilities for the program when the Program Director is absent.
The Assistant CRNA Program Director is expected to:
Other duties as necessary for the success of the program.