How Can Inotrope Anesthesia Help You?
Here at Inotrope anesthesia we know that life gets busy, (we are CRNA’S too). Keeping up with the literature can be challenging and online education has a tendency to be, well, boring. Inotrope Anesthesia has developed a learning experience that promotes understanding through active learner engagement. We have combined our love for anesthesia with imagination of the game design industry to create a captivating learner experience.
No longer does continuing education need to be dry and monotonous. We can help you remember why you fell in love with anesthesia in the first place. Inotrope Anesthesia brings to life the the most current research for better understanding, because when you stay smart, your patients will sleep better.
Meet the Team
Meaghan McCloskey, MS, CRNA Meaghan graduated from Albany Medical College Center for Nurse Anesthesiology in 2009. Since then she has been full time staff CRNA at Northern Dutchess Hospital in upstate New York. Her primary clinical focus is on regional anesthesia and ambulatory surgical patients. Meaghan has lectured throughout New York State on various topics and teaches regional anesthesia at Albany Medical College Center for Nurse Anesthesiology. She has also served on the board of the New York State Association of Nurse Anesthetists in various positions. Laura D'Entrone, MS, CRNA Laura graduated from Albany Medical College, Center for Nurse Anesthesiology in 2009. Since then she has been working full time as a staff CRNA with the Anesthesia Group of Albany. She practices in a number a facilities in the Albany New York region. She has extensive experience in neurosurgical, pediatric and obstetrical anesthesia. She also acts as a clinical preceptor to graduate SRNA students, and has served on the board of New York State Association of Nurse Anesthetists. Amy Harbeck, MS, CRNA Amy is an Assistant Professor and Clinical Coordinator at Albany Medical College Center for Nurse Anesthesiology. She earned her Masters of Science from Albany Medical College Center for Nurse Anesthesiology in 2009. She is currently earning her Bioethics Doctoral degree in Professional Studies from the Alden March Bioethics Institute at Albany Medical College. Her specialty areas of practice include pediatrics, obstetrical and thoracic anesthesia. She also acts as a clinical preceptor and mentor to graduate SRNA students. Howard Wakefield, BA Hons Howard has worked in the game design industry since 1997 after graduating from Southampton College of Art and Design in the United Kingdom. Has acted as lead game developer and programmer on projects for companies such as Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and TBS. He also works free-lance in graphic design and App development. His imaginative knack for design bring difficult concepts to life.