ASPAN Installs Chris Price as President
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For Immediate Release
Contact:  R. Douglas Hanisch
Marketing and Communications Manager
American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses
dhanisch@aspan.org ∙ 877.737.9696, x. 15
90 Frontage Road, Cherry Hill, NJ  08034 

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April 15, 2011

The American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses
Installs Chris Price as President

CHERRY HILL, NEW JERSEY—The American Society of Perianesthesia Nurses (ASPAN), at its 30th National Conference in Seattle, Washington, installed Chris Price as its new President on Thursday, April 7.
 
Ms. Price, MSN, RN, CPAN, CAPA, will serve a one-year term, and her objectives for the year include advocacy, leadership development, and education. She is urging all perianesthesia nurses to be prepared to expand their education and further their own clinical practice in order to meet the changing demands of the profession and the public. These efforts include augmenting the vision that past leaders created for perianesthesia safety and advocacy, public policy, research, clinical practice and standards.
 
Prior to this role, Ms. Price served ASPAN in a number of capacities, including Vice President/President Elect, President of the Chesapeake Bay Society of Perianesthesia Nurses, Region 5 Director (Southeastern United States), Advisory Board Member to the Journal of PeriAnesthesia Nursing, and on various committees and strategic work teams.
 
Ms. Price is also the Director of PeriOperative Services at Bayhealth Medical Center (Dover, DE) and a part-time faculty member at Wilmington University (Wilmington, DE). She holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in nursing from Wilmington College as well as certification from The American Board of Perianesthesia Nursing Certification. She and her family reside in Townsend.
 
The American Society of PeriAnesthesia Nurses represents the interests of over 55,000 nurses who practice in preanesthesia and postanesthesia care, outpatient surgery, and pain management.  Approximately 40 million anesthetics are administered annually in the United States.


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