Gerard T Hogan

Assistant Professor • Director - Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

Nurse Anesthesia • Brooks College of Health

Areas of Expertise

Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist (CRNA)

Board Certified Family Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner (PMHNP-BC)

Assistant Professor of Nursing

Director - Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

Onsite Accreditation Reviewer - Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia Educational Programs

Education

Post Master's Certificate 2014 - Stony Brook University School of Nursing - Psychiatric/Mental Health Nurse Practitioner

Doctor of Nursing Science (DNSc.) 2004 - University of Tennessee College of Nursing, Memphis, TN

Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) 1992 - University of North Carolina at Greensboro, Greensboro, NC

Diploma in Nurse Anesthesia 1992 - North Carolina Baptist Hosp. School of Anesthesia, Winston-Salem, NC

Bachelor of Science in Nursing 1989 - University of Florida College of Nursing, Gainesville, FL

Associate of Science in Nursing 1983 - Palm Beach Community College, Lake Worth, FL

Biography

Native Floridian, born and raised in Palm Beach County, FL. Relocated to Jacksonville in 2009.

Lieutenant Colonel, United States Air Force Reserves - Chief Nurse, 315th Aeromedical Evacuation Squadron, Charleston AFB, SC from 2008-2014.  (Retired effective October, 2014)

President, Florida Association of Nurse Anesthetists 2014-2015

Awards

US Armed Forces Meritorious Service Medal

United States Air Force Air Medal

United States Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal

United States Air Force Commendation Medal

Afghanistan Campaign Medal - 2 stars

Outstanding Didactic Educator - Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences - 2007

Affiliations

Staff CRNA - Mayo Clinic Hospital Jacksonville 2009 - present

Psychiatric Mental Health Nurse Practitioner - Nemours Children's Specialty Care/Wolfson Children's Hospital Jacksonville 2015-present

Grants and Contracts Awarded

Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, DNSc. (PI) Nurse Anesthesia Traineeship Grant $116,226 Health Resources and Services Administration, 2008 for Mercer University Nurse Anesthesia Program.

Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, DNSc. (PI) Nurse Anesthesia Traineeship Grant $51,126, Health Resources and Services Administration, 2007 for the Florida International University College of Nursing and Health Sciences Anesthesiology Nursing Program.

(PI) John P. McDonough, CRNA, Ed.D.; (Co-I) Jeffrey Groom, CRNA, Ph.D.(c); (Co-I) Gerard Hogan, CRNA, MSN. Developing a Culturally Diverse Nurse Anesthesia Program" $1.15 Million, 2002-2004, Department of Health and Human Services, US Public Health Service, Health Resources and Services Administration.
 

Publications & Presentations

Hogan, G.T. (in press) Making the Connection. Using Peplau’s Interpersonal Theory in the Pre-Anesthetic Interview. Online Journal of Anesthesia

Davies, A., Monaghan, W.P. & Hogan, G.T. (2016). Implementing an educational program to increase preoperative screening for obstructive sleep apnea using the stop-bang questionnaire. International Journal of Advanced Nursing Studies; 5(1): 56-58.

Machan, M.D., Monaghan, W.P., McDonough, J.P. & Hogan, G.T. (2013). Emerging Evidence in Infection Control: Effecting Change Regarding Use of Disposable Laryngoscope Blades. AANA Journal, 81(2): 103-112.

Hogan, G.T. (2013). Tips and Tricks for Interpreting Capnography. Gastroenterology Nursing Jan-Feb;36(1): 68-70 doi: 10.1097/SGA.0b013e31828292a2

Groom J.A. & Hogan, G.T. (2006). Medical Decision Making under Stress; Evaluating the Impact of Medical Simulation Instruction on Affective Learning. Journal of Medical Simulation, 1(2), 99-101.

Kerns, A. S., McDonough, J.P., Groom, J.A., Kalynych, N.M., & Hogan, G.T. (2006). Televideo Conferencing: Is it as effective as “in person” lectures for nurse anesthesia education? AANA Journal, 74(1), 19-21.

Hogan, G.T & Carter M. (2005). The Effect of Simulator Training on Nurse Anesthesia Students’ Anxiety in their First Semester of Patient Care. Dissertation, University of Tennessee Press
 

Extramurally Funded Invited Presentations (Since 2002):

"Stress - Have we given it a bad name?" University of North Florida Patient Safety Conference 2014

"Simulation and the Future of Nurse Anesthesia Education" UNF Patient Safety Conference 2013

North Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Winston-Salem, NC 2008

“Cardiovascular Anesthesia and Assessment of Risk”
Florida International University, Miami, FL April, 2007
“Nursing in Times of War” – Keynote Speaker
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston-Salem, NC 2007
Operation Enduring Freedom from the CRNA Perspective”
Florida Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Orlando, FL 2004
"Implications of the New JCAHO Patient Safety Goals for 2004"
District of Columbia Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Washington DC 2004
"New JCAHO Standards for Anesthesia Practice"
Minnesota Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Minneapolis, MN 2003
"Assessing Cardiac Risk in Non-cardiac Surgery"
"Physiologic Effects of Inhaled Anesthetic Agents"
"Anesthesia and Morbid Obesity"
Florida Society of Perianesthesia Nurses, Orlando, FL 2004
"Interpretation of Laboratory Results"
Florida Association of Nurse Anesthetists Sanibel Island, FL 2003
Management of the Cardiac Patient for Non-cardiac Surgery"
Florida Society of Perianesthesia Nurses, Daytona Beach, FL 2002
"Pharmacology of Commonly Used Anesthesia Agents"
 

Posters Accepted For Presentation At Major Conferences:

debran L. Harmon, CRNA, DNP, W. Patrick Monaghan, PhD, CLS, SBB, Gerard T. Hogan, DNSc., CRNA, PMHNP-BC, E. Jane McCarthy, PhD, CRNA. Anesthesia Safety: Filter Needle Use with Glass Ampules. Sigma Theta Tau International Research Symposium, Jacksonville, FL and The Annual Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Salt Lake City, UT 2015

Katy Hayes, RN, BSN, Jenny Kambel, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, DNSc., CRNA, PMHNP-BC. “The Real Price of CRNA School: Weight Gain and Physical Inactivity”. Annual Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Salt Lake City, UT 2015

Jacob Atkins, RN, BSN, Joshua Newby, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc. “Simulation-Based and Text-Based Instruction and Evaluation of the Effect on Knowledge Retention: A Pilot Study”. Annual Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Orlando, FL 2014

Samuel Timothy Floyd, RN, BSM, Michelle Woodrum, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, SBB, PhD. “Cricoid Pressure: Are Providers Doing it Right?” Annual Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Orlando, FL 2014

Cristal Turner, RN, BSN, Christina Maloney, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., Ryan Shores, CRNA, MSN. “Reducing Subglottic Aspiration During Extubation with Positive Pressure: A Pilot Study”. Annual Congress of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Orlando, FL 2014

Jennifer Fildey, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, SBB, PhD “Breaking up is hard to do: A Study of Divorce and Separation in Graduate Nurses”. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Las Vegas, NV 2013.

Cameron Dang, RN, BSN, Casuda Lombardo, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, SBB, PhD. “Generation Smartphone: The Use of Cell Phone Technologies While Performing Anesthesia Care”. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Las Vegas, NV 2013.

Henry Patalinghug, RN, BSN, Erik Foutz, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc. “Evaluation of Provider Practice – Laryngeal Mask Airway Cuff Inflation”. Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, San Francisco, CA 2012.

Bruce Wilburn, RN, BSN, Roger Southall, RN, BSN, Gerard T Hogan, CRNA, DNSc. “A Phase III, Randomized, Double-Blinded, Single Center Study to Determine Analgesic Efficacy of Ofirmev versus Ketorolac for Parathroidectomy Post-operative Pain”. Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, San Francisco, CA 2012.

Sherry Rosales, RN, BSN, Jennifer Battani, RN, BSN, W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, SBB, PhD, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc. “Personal Items: A Possible Vector for Transmission of Infection by the Presence of Visible and Occult Blood”. Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, San Francisco, CA 2012.

Ashley Dartt, RN, BSN, Tonia Neill, RN, MSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., Michael R. Dorsch, MD. “Accuracy of Tracheal Tube Cuff Inflation by Anesthesia Providers”. Annula Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Boston, MA 2011.

Dimitrina I. Borisova, RN, BSN, Tammy L. Carroll, CRNA, MSN, Ryan T. Shores, CRNA, MSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc. “Utilization of Sniffing Position for Intubation Among Student Registered Nurse Anesthetists”, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Seattle, WA, 2010.

Katherine C. Childress, RN, BSN, Jeanie K. Ladd, RN, BS, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, CRNA, DNSc., Nathaniel M. Apatov, CRNA, PhD, Christopher Leone, PhD. “Perceived Self-Efficacy, Trait Anxiety, and Their Correlation to Student Nurse Anesthetists’ Performance on the Self-Evaluation Examination”, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Seattle, WA, 2010.

Debra Stokes, RN, BSN, Linda Foley, RN, BSN, Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, DNSc. “Education in Chemical Dependency and Alterations in Perceptions Toward the Impaired Anesthesia Provider”, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Denver, CO, 2007.

Jeffrey A. Groom, CRNA, Ph.D. , Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, DNSc. “The Utility of Anesthesia Crisis Management Simulation in Mitigating SRNA Stress and Increasing Confidence”, Annual Meeting of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists, Cleveland, OH, 2006.

Jeffrey A. Groom, CRNA, Ph.D., Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, DNSc. “Medical Decision Making Under Stress: Evaluating the Impact of Medical Simulation Instruction on Affective Learning”, Society for Medical Simulation 6th Annual IMMS; San Diego, CA 2006

Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., CRNA, MSN, DNSc.(c), Michael Carter, DNSc., FAAN, APRN-BC "The Effect of Simulator Training on Nurse Anesthesia Students' Anxiety in Their First Semester of Patient Care", University of Tennessee College of Nursing Research Meeting, Memphis, TN, 2004

Anthony Kerns, RN, BSN, SRNA, Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., MSN, CRNA, ARNP, Nicholas Kalynych, MSHS, CRNA. "Does the Use of Real Time Tele-Video Conferencing Effect the Academic Achievements of Student Nurse Anesthetists?" AANA Annual Meeting, (“State of the Science Session”) Seattle, 2004; and, the European Congress of Nursing, Munich, Germany 2004

Melissa Nolen, RN, BSN, SRNA, W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, SBB, Ph.D., Jeffrey Groom, MS, CRNA, ARNP, Gerard T. Hogan, Jr., MSN, CRNA, ARNP. "Presence of Visible and Occult Blood on Anesthesia Airway Equipment". AANA Annual Meeting, (“State of the Science Session”) Boston, August, 2003


Jonathan Pabalate, RN, BSN, SRNA; W. Patrick Monaghan, CLS, Ph.D.; Jeffrey Groom, CRNA, Ph.D.(c), ARNP; Gerard Hogan, CRNA, MSN. "Identification of Patients Undergoing Blood Transfusions by Anesthesia Providers". AANA Annual Meeting ("State of the Science Session"), Boston, August, 2003

John Weber, RN, BA, SRNA; John P. McDonough, Ed.D., CRNA; Jeffrey Groom, MS, CRNA, ARNP; Gerard Hogan, MSN, CRNA. "The Ability of Anesthesia Providers to Recognize Preoperative Anxiety". AANA Annual Meeting ("State of the Science Session"), Boston, August, 2003

Patrick Mulleavy, MSN, SRNA, Edward Freeman, Ph.D., RN, Gerard Hogan, MSN, CRNA. "Hardiness and Coping in Preoperative Clients with HIV Disease" AANA Annual Meeting, (“State of the Science Session”) Orlando, 2002
 

HoganContact Information

Building 0002, Room 2307

(904) 620-2517

gerard.hogan@unf.edu


Office Hours

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