Jamie Furstein, PhD, DNAP, CRNA, CPNP-AC

Jamie Furstein, PhD, DNAP, CRNA, CPNP-AC, received his Master of Science in Nursing with a concentration in Nurse Anesthesia from the University of Cincinnati in 2004. Since graduating he has worked solely in pediatrics in Cincinnati, Ohio, at one of the premier pediatric institutions in the country. Soon after Jamie embarked on his career as a CRNA, he refined his academic interests to explore techniques to better manage pain in the pediatric population. His efforts to ameliorate pain among pediatric patients have focused largely on the utilization of ultrasound-guided regional anesthesia (UGRA) in clinical practice. As his clinical understanding expanded, so did his scholarly inquiry. Jamie remains actively involved in research focused on pediatric pain and is currently the Primary Investigator for several ongoing clinical trials. Over the years Jamie has remained steadfast in his commitment to sharing the knowledge gained with future generations of clinicians. He has continually lectured at both local and national meetings and has repeatedly served as a hands-on instructor repeatedly at the national level. Furthermore, he personally developed several hands-on UGRA workshops designed for the practicing clinician wishing to incorporate UGRA into their clinical practice.

Modules/Topics Taught:

  • Evidence-Based Acute Pain Management
  • Pediatric Regional Anesthesia
  • Research Topics in Acute Pain Management