Marie N. Hanna, MD MEHP Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Hanna is an associate professor of anesthesiology at The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. She is the division chief of regional anesthesia and acute pain management at Johns Hopkins. Dr. Hanna conducted her training at Loyola University, Chicago. Since completing her training, Dr. Hanna has been instrumental in developing numerous regional anesthesia educational programs both in the US and abroad. She provided more than 60 national and international talks on pain management. In face of opioid epidemic, Dr. Hanna initiated an innovative multidisciplinary perioperative pain program for chronic opioid users that adds value to patient care by improving perioperative pain control, reducing opioid use and reducing the percentage of patients who might become chronic opioid users.

Events:

Pain Medicine Practice Management: Knowledge for Practice Efficiency, Growth, Economic Viability, and Compliance

Poster Research Highlights #2

Title:
Associate, Professor Anesthesiology; Chief, Division Regional Anesthesia and Acute Pain Medicine
City/State:
Baltimore, MD