Webster University's Nurse Anesthesia Program's mission is to prepare graduates for professional awareness, lifelong study and research in the practice of the art and science of anesthesia. The Nurse Anesthesia Program's curriculum is based on the basic sciences to create a scholarship and research environment. The emphasis on the basic sciences is essential to nurse anesthetists; therefore, the Nurse Anesthesia Program is part of the Department of Biological Sciences at Webster University.

The core values embraced by the nurse anesthesia program include:

Lifelong Learning
Utilization of Research to Guide Practice
Assumption of a Professional and Leadership Role
and to always Strive for Excellence in Clinical Practice

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Information sessions are held four times a year

Students interested in learning more about our Nurse Anesthesia program should attend the All Class Conferences (ACC) held four times during the academic year. RSVPs are not required. Please see the ACC schedule below.

Dates: (1st Thursday of the month)

October 2, 2014
December 4, 2014
April 3, 2015 

1:30 - 2:00pm is time for prospective students to meet with faculty and students

2:00 - 4:00pm is the All Class Conference held for current students and faculty

Webster University Home Campus

Emerson Library - Conference Room (location may vary)
101 Edgar Road
St. Louis, MO 63119

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For further questions about the All-Class Conference, please contact the Nurse Anesthesia Department at 314-968-5916

To request more information or to speak to our admission counselor please email gadmit@webster.edu.