As a physician starting out in practice there’s a lot you’ve experienced and even more to learn. Get the resources and education you need for success. Explore now.
Residents in a Room Episode 3: Resources
Find out how anesthesiology residents track down useful information, how they're making decisions, and if they're really ready for what comes next in their education and careers. Listen in now.
Residents & Fellows Track The Residents & Fellows Track is a one-day course that provides foundational concepts in practice management so attendees can meet and excel at the non-clinical demands unique to starting out in practice. Check out the session description, learning objectives, and agenda.
A Different Kind of Tweetorial: How Twitter Helped Integrate My Personal and Professional Identities
Learn how social media platforms such as Twitter can assist in academic growth and development. Read about Dr. Anderson's experience with Twitter and how it helped her advance in her career.
Mind Your (Bedside) Manners
Patients want to feel that they can trust their physician. This requires good besides manner which is showing compassion, respect and honesty.
THE ITE: It’s that time of the year...
Learn more about the ITE and get tips on preparation. Check out the available resources to help you study.
Education Center: Residents and Students
20 complimentary patient safety courses just for residents. Residency program directors have hand-selected patient safety courses based on ACGME core requirements and the ABA content outline to affirm your areas of successful performance and to recognize opportunities for improvement.
If you'd like to pursue a subspecialty, start early. Find out where to look and what questions to ask to line up a rotation.
Each month, ANESTHESIOLOGY issues an Editor-in-Chief podcast highlighting research and editorials in that issue. Additional podcasts include discussions with the authors of articles, adding context to their research.
Central Line Podcast Series
Join the dialogue on current issues and advocacy and see how you can make an impact. Listen to the Central Line podcast series for conversations regarding challenges in the field and opportunities to advance anesthesiology.