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ATOTW Call For Authors

Welcome to the Authors Page for Anaesthesia Tutorial of the Week (ATOTW).

ATOTW tutorials are written for anaesthetic providers on a wide range of topics relevant to anaesthesia and critical care. To date, hundreds of authors from across the world have shared their knowledge by writing a tutorial on a topic that interests them. Once published, the tutorial is e-mailed to our subscribers from over a hundred countries. The tutorial is also added to our Virtual Library and is always available to download from the WFSA website.

Essential documents for authors

Tutorial Publication Process

Outline of the process for publishing a tutorial.

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Tutorial Registration Form

Must be completed before starting a tutorial

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Tutorial Writing Guidelines

Essential information on writing for ATOTW

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Final Submission Checklist

Must be completed and submitted with tutorial

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Frequently Asked Questions

I am interested in writing a tutorial. What is the first step?

Who can write a tutorial for ATOTW?

I am an anaesthesia trainee. Can I write an article?

What topics areas does ATOTW aim to cover?

What is the process for writing a tutorial?

I would like to write a tutorial but I don’t have a topic idea

How long does it take to write a tutorial from start to finish?

Can I include pictures, diagrams or tables in my tutorial?

Can I include pictures, diagrams or tables in my tutorial?

Editorial Board

Editor-in-Chief

Maytinee Lilaonitkul (USA)

Associate Editor(s)

Gregory Klar (Canada)

General

Luke Baitch (Aus)
Matt Doane (Aus)
Clara Ching Mei Poon (HK)
Alison Jackson (New Zealand)
Lara Herbert (UK)

Intensive Care

Niraj Niranjan (UK)
Harjot Singh (UK)
Subramani Kandasamy (India)
Imelda Gavin (Canada)

Paediatric anaesthesia

Kate Wilson (UK)
Anthony Bradley (UK)
Faye Evans (USA)

Obstetric anaesthesia

James Brown (Canada)
Gill Abir (USA)

Pain

Muralidha Joshi (India)
Amanda Baric (Aus)
Christopher Haley (Canada)

Regional anaesthesia

Kim Russon (UK)
Gill Foxall (UK)
Simeon West (UK)

Basic Science

Alex Konstantatos (Australia)
Fran Smith (UK)

Patient Safety

Isabeau Walker (UK)
Sally El-Ghazali (UK)

Translators

A Special Thanks…
A special thanks to our team of translators who make the ATOTW content available in Chinese, French, Portuguese and Spanish.

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Spanish

Juan Carlos Duarte (CLASA)

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French

Pierre Fiset (Canada)

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Chinese

Lize Xiong (China)

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Portuguese

Rogean Nunes (Brazil)

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