ASA advocates for early access to vaccinations for anesthesia professionals.
After those at greatest risk for serious illness, ASA recommends physician anesthesiologists, and the health care teams they lead, be offered early access to vaccination to prioritize and ensure patient safety. Read the full statement.
Continually updated answers and advice to address questions and issues for members and the anesthesia community, related to anesthesia machines and equipment, personal protective equipment (PPE) and safety, clinical care, facility policies, billing and advocacy. Please submit your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Training Resources to Manage COVID-19 Patients in the ICU
Hand-selected collection of critical care medicine courses and resources, now completely complimentary, to boost critical care skills to manage COVID-19 patients. Explore now →
Lessons Learned in Caring for Patients During the COVID-19 Pandemic and Beyond
Improve the overall knowledge and confidence in working under COVID-19 conditions and safely provide patient care. This course seeks to provide education, through a series of detailed patient case reviews, of practical considerations for physician anesthesiologists during the COVID-19 pandemic. View now →
Resilience During a Crisis: You and Your Team: ASA Key Opinion Leader Roundtable White Paper
The discussion focus is collaboration through crises and accelerating team performance through tough times. View now →
Economic Relief for Practices Impacted by COVID-19
Understand what relief opportunities are available to you and how to access them to help sustain your practice. View now →
COVID Activated Emergency Scaling of Anesthesiology Responsibilities (CAESAR) ICU
ERAS 2021 Residency Timeline Dates – Final Report and Recommendations for Medical Education Institutions of LCME-Accredited, U.S. Osteopathic, and Non-U.S. Medical School Applicants
This guidance document was created by the "Coalition for Physician Accountability's Work Group on Medical Students in the Class of 2021 Moving Across Institutions for Post-Graduate Training" in response to urgent requests for a consistent approach to medical student away rotations and in-person interviews for the 2020-2021 residency cycle. Read the recommendations (PDF)→