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SEA Medical Student Guide to Anesthesiology
A great way to start is the SEA Medical Student Guide to Anesthesiology that provides a plethora of valuable information.
Away Rotations in Anesthesia
Visiting an established anesthesia center for 2-4 weeks can be an excellent way to find out if Anesthesia is the right specialty for you. The UCSF Department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Care offers a four-week clinical experience for advanced medical students with prior experience in anesthesia. The well-structured rotation introduces students to a diversity of cases, patient populations, and educational culture at UCSF, an international leader in anesthesia research and clinical practice.
The BIDMC Department of Anesthesia, Critical Care, and Pain Medicine offers a Fourth Year Medical Student Rotation. This four-week elective in Anesthesiology exposes fourth year medical students to a wide variety of cases, from basic ambulatory procedures to more advanced subspecialty cases.
Self-directed Learning Cards
Click here for an electronic version of the Anesthesia Curriculum for Medical Student Self Directed Learning and Evaluation cards.
SEA Multiple-Choice Question (MCQ) Bank
Click here to access the SEA MCQ Bank.
Understanding Anesthesiology: A Learner's Guide
Click here to download Understanding Anesthesiology: A Learner's Guide by Dr. Karen Raymer, MD, MSc, FRCP(C), McMaster University.
Last Updated (Thursday, 04 April 2013 23:10)