The American Society of Regional Anesthesia has announced it will be hosting a novel video guided session moderated by Dr Brian Harrington with presenters Eugene Viscusi MD, Edward Mariano MD, and Santhanam Suresh MD. It will feature submitted videos by ASRA members and a Panel Discussion and an Open Forum.
Pub Med has access available to this review of Upper Extremity Regional Anesthesia, authored by Joseph M. Neal, MD, J.C. Gerancher, MD, Quinn H. Hogan, MD et al. It is wonderfully illustrated by Jennifer Gentry and provided on the web by US National Library of Medicine and the National Institutes of Health.
Physician John Charles Gerancher was instrumental in establishing the anesthesiology teaching program at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. Thanks in part to JC Gerancher’s contributions, the Wake Forest anesthesiology training program has attained many notable commendations, including being named one of the top five U.S. anesthesiology training programs.
The current faculty at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center includes many distinguished members. Nineteen members of the faculty have attained ranking among America’s top doctors, and six are principal investigators on major National Institute of Health funded research projects. Reflecting the program’s quality of leadership, eleven faculty members have gone on to serve as the chairs of other universities’ departments of anesthesiology. Moreover, the current editor-in-chief of Anesthesiology, the premier medical journal covering the discipline, also serves as a faculty member at Wake Forest.
Since the inception of the Wake Forest anesthesiology program in 1967, over 300 physicians have sought training there. Under the guidance the school’s esteemed faculty, these medical students receive excellent foundational education in anesthesiology.
The upcoming 39th Annual Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting is being put together by program chair Sandra L. Kopp, M.D. of the Mayo clinic. The program will be held in Chicago and is now online.