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Anaesthesia tutorial of the Week is published on a bi-weekly basis and translated into five languages. All our tutorials are peer reviewed and based on most current literature. Readers can also test their knowledge through our online CME quizzes.View Tutorials
Update in Anaesthesia is the official education journal of the WFSA. The journal aims to provide clear, concise and clinically-relevant overview articles for anaesthetists working with limited resources around the world.View all Articles
WFSA is working with its global membership to curate, share and disseminate up-to-date and practical COVID-19 guidance for anaesthesia and perioperative care providers. For ease of access this information is grouped by speciality, availability of resources and language. Special focus is provided on information and materials for working in low resource settings.View Resources
The Global Health section of Anesthesia and Analgesia was jointly launched by IARS and WFSA in 2014. It is published monthly and regularly features open access articles on the latest global anaesthesia research. Anesthesia and Analgesia (A&A) exists for the benefit of current and future patients under the care of health care professionals engaged in the disciplines broadly related to anesthesiology: perioperative medicine, critical care, and pain management.View Resources
WFSA’s YouTube channel contains over 60 films in English, French and Spanish. The features the popular University of Southampton series of subtitled educational videos on adult and paediatric anaesthesia.Let's Go
WFSA have compiled a collection of international standards and guidelines to help inform the practice anaesthesia professionals throughout the world. The standards which cover a range of specialities and sub-specialities are intended to provide guidance and assistance to anaesthesia professionals, their professional societies, hospital and facility administrators, and governments for improving and maintaining the quality and safety of anaesthesia care.View Resources
WFSA’s virtual library is a resource hub of open source material, including journal articles and books, that WFSA recommend for anaesthesia providers around the world. The WFSA Virtual Library is for use by qualified anaesthesia providers and those pursuing a qualification in anaesthesia. Its content is supplementary to more formal education and is offered for informational purposes only.Start Searching
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