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Sarah Rollison, DNP, CRNA

Assistant Professor
Sarah Rollison
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Specialties and Expertise

  • Education
  • Simulation

Overview

Sarah Rollison is a certified registered nurse anesthetist and is the clinical education coordinator within the DNP Nurse Anesthesia Track at the Johns Hopkins School of Nursing. Dr. Rollison has extensive clinical expertise in anesthesia for neurosurgery, electrophysiology, gender-affirming surgery, and Enhanced Recovery After Surgery (ERAS) procedures. Dr. Rollison also brings immense leadership experience, having served as the interim chief CRNA for Johns Hopkins Hospital and former lead CRNA for orientation and onboarding, where she directed and managed a group of over 100 CRNAs and introduced all new CRNAs to the operating room. Dr. Rollison earned her DNP degree from Duke University, where she served as student representative to the Board of the North Carolina Association of Nurse Anesthetists and president of her graduating class and received the Faculty Excellence Award for success in leadership and clinical performance. Dr. Rollison's scholarly work has centered on simulation education for the advanced practice registered nurse, including in situ simulations and interdisciplinary team simulation with a focus on team crisis management.

Additional Resources

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  • Publications/Research

    Rollison, S., Horvath, C., Gardner, B., McAuliffe, M., & Benson, A. (2021). Redeployment of Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists During the Coronavirus Disease 2019 Pandemic. AANA Journal, 89(2). pp 133-136.

    Rollison S., Muckler V.C., & Leite K.A. (2020). Resources for the advanced practice registered nurse (APRN) student. In: Alfes C.M., Zimmermann E.P. (eds) Clinical Simulations for the Advanced Practice Nurse: A Comprehensive Guide for Faculty, Students, and Simulation Staff. pp 19-20. Springer Publishing Company.

    Muckler V.C., Rice A.N., Leite K.A., & Rollison S. (2020). Failed Airway: Cannot Intubate, Cannot Ventilate. In: Alfes C.M., Zimmermann E.P. (eds) Clinical Simulations for the Advanced Practice Nurse: A Comprehensive Guide for Faculty, Students, and Simulation Staff. pp. 589-595. Springer Publishing Company.

    Rollison S., Blessing R., Kuszajewski M., & Muckler V.C. (2018). In Situ Simulation to Improve In-Hospital Strokes: Unexpected Challenges. Clinical Simulation in Nursing, 24. 30-34. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecns.2018.09.004

  • Awards/Honors

    2020  CRNA of the Year Award, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Anesthesia Residency Program
    2018  Faculty Excellence Award, Duke University Nurse Anesthesia Program
    2013  Outstanding Clinical Practice Award, Wilkes University School of Nursing
    2013  Outstanding Efforts in Leadership Award, Zeta Psi Chapter Sigma Theta Tau International