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The Importance of Continuing Medical Education

By |2022-08-29T21:28:38+00:00July 21, 2022|Maverick News|

We are passionate about others learning techniques that will help relieve pain in their communities and make a better diagnosis for their patients. Maverick Medical Education Instructors are constantly learning themselves and adding to our courses so that we can provide the best medical care through what we have taught our students. This modeling is one component of why continuous medical education is so important.

How to Become a CRNA

By |2022-08-29T21:52:52+00:00April 21, 2022|Maverick News|

Becoming a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist, or CRNA, is an official credential that came into existence in the mid-1950s. This position has proven to be a vital part of patient care as patients receive relief before, during, and after medical procedures and in response to chronic pain or injury. The CRNA position has been reviewed to be shown as “safe, high quality, and cost-effective” and is the “most cost-effective model for anesthesia delivery, and there is no measurable difference in the quality of care between CRNAs and other anesthesia providers” according to the American Association of Nurse Anesthesiology. Many of Maverick Medical Education’s instructors are CRNAs and practice in their own communities when not teaching with our team. If you are interested in becoming a CRNA, there are a few steps to follow.

Maverick Medical Education to Receive Patent for Pulsatile Technology

By |2022-08-30T18:57:19+00:00December 3, 2021|Maverick News|

Today, Maverick Medical Education formally announced that they would be awarded patent claims for their signature pulsatile technology by the United States Patent and Technology Office in January of 2022. CRNA’s Dan Nash and David Gaskin began developing the technology in 2015 and initially filed for the patent in 2017.

Continuing Education: What It Is and Why It Is Important

By |2022-09-01T14:00:46+00:00July 27, 2021|Course Information, Course News, Maverick News|

Maverick Medical Education isn’t just passionate about teaching others pain relief methods. We are also passionate about making medical providers better versions of themselves, adding new knowledge, techniques, and trade tips that will serve the patients at each of their practices even better after the completion of one, or all, of our courses. Hand in hand with that, each medical professional has to continue their education beyond their years of schooling, through continuing education credits.

Combating the Opioid Epidemic

By |2022-08-30T19:49:15+00:00March 17, 2021|Course News, Maverick News|

Maverick Medical Education knows that pain is a large part of people’s lives. Whether chronic pain that people figure they simply have to live with, ongoing injuries that are never correctly addressed, or surgical procedures that are trying to help the patient and lead to pain during recovery, pain is a frequent part of many people’s conversations. We know there are alternatives to pain treatment out there, but not all are the best choice.

Our Cancellation Policy

By |2022-08-30T19:51:38+00:00February 18, 2021|Maverick News|

Maverick Medical Education was founded on the idea of helping medical professionals learn pain relief techniques that will serve their patients and their communities through surgery, medical procedures, injuries, and on-going needs. Rather than holding on to the experience we’ve gained over the years through our own research, training, and practice, we have built a team that is devoted to teaching as many others as we can, knowing we can help patients have better outcomes and healthier lives. This devotion to teaching is just one of the ways our program excels. Combined with our flipped classroom model, with content available immediately upon registration through online modules and hands-on practice during our lab time together, Maverick Medical Education provides quality instruction and support for each of our students.

Side Effects of Using Opioids

By |2022-08-30T19:56:15+00:00January 26, 2021|Maverick News, Pain Management|

One may expect to hear agreement that the use of opioids is bad, but the reasoning behind that may not be as well understood. Opioids, even when used on a short term, can have a number of negative side effects that aren’t talked about enough. At Maverick Medical Education, we want medical professionals and the general public to be knowledgeable about what those effects may be.

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