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University SRNA


Here are some things that we will need in order to make your Twin Oaks Anesthesia University experience successful.

Continue reading for more information about our courses and expectations.


"Big thank you to Twin Oaks! Cannot say enough great things about this conference! Highly recommend!"

-Christa Israel, SRNA


SRNA List of Attendees

Twin Oaks Anesthesia offers the same learning experience to those students that we absorb into the program. These students will receive the following benefits from the course:

  • Continental breakfast and/or lunch depending on the University agreement and location
  • Our digital PDF of recommended reading for the course
  • Name badges for the course
  • Will sign-in just like everyone else
  • A certificate of attendance upon completion of the course
  • Hands-on scanning with the rest of the attendees 

In order to successfully make this an awesome experience for your students that will be attending, we need the following:

  • A list of students in a CSV format (spreadsheet) which includes their first name, last name, email address, and AANA# assigned to them by the university (all must be in separate columns).
  • The list is needed at least 60 days prior to the course as Twin Oaks Anesthesia sends out automated emails to all attendees that welcome them to the course and alerts them when the PDF material is ready for download as well as offers several reminders leading up to the course.


SRNA List of Student Models

The student model portion of the course is one of the most important parts of the entire experience. Being able to take what has been presented during the lectures and practice on live student models connects the dots on many of the topics and techniques taught. 

If these students are part of the main group attending, the list provided by the university will need to note them as being an attendee AND a student model. If the student models are only showing up for portions of the course to be a model, this must be noted and decided upon 90 days prior to the course.

hands-on scanning, Clearwater, FL

Why is this so important?
Twin Oaks Anesthesia wants to make sure that this is a positive experience for everyone - the University, the paying attendees, the students, and the student models. We want to be completely transparent with the student models in regards to what is expected of them and how the days will play out. To do so, we require open communication with them to ensure they are comfortable with the scanning process.




Student Models need to do the following:

  • Sign a student model agreement which outlines the importance of their roll.
  • Show up on time for their required scanning time (times listed below and are subject to change based on the flow of the class).
  • Dress appropriately and comfortably for the scanning process.
  • Be comfortable with instructors and groups scanning his/her body according to the material/techniques being presented. (all stations will have a Twin Oaks Anesthesia instructor present to supervise and answer questions as needed).
  • Anyone not comfortable being scanned or touched by others should not be a student model.

Typical Scanning Times

Student models, Clearwater, FL

Day 1

  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm during the presentation (1 model needed)
  • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm during the presentation (1 model needed)
  • 3:00 pm - 5:00 pm during the hands-on scanning labs (all models based on a 1:6 ratio of attendees)

Day 2

  • 10:00 am - 12:00 pm during the presentation (1 model needed)
  • 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm during the hands-on scanning labs (all models based on a 1:6 ration of attendees)

Important Note: Having at least 2 extra models ensures better rotations for the student models to scan and also allows for breaks. Although we typically take breaks every hour, the hands-on scanning labs allow for attendees to take breaks as needed. Our goal is for the student models to be able to take bathroom breaks, get up for a drink, and stretch their legs as needed. Having extra student models is highly recommended.