World Federation of Societies of Anaesthesiologists ®
WFSA Newsletter: Welcome from the WFSA President
Dr David Wilkinson
Welcome to the new WFSA eNewsletter!
The aim of the WFSA is to
promote equality in the provision of anaesthesia services around the
world. There are Officers of the organisation residing in all regions,
and it is our hope that this eNewsletter will help strengthen the global
community in anaesthesia. We plan to use all electronic media at our
disposal and you will soon see our tweets and Facebook contributions.
Our website is also receiving a makeover with help from our Webmaster,
Pedro Ibarra and the Colombian Society of Anaesthesiologists.
are looking for your feedback and contributions. We want to encourage
our trainees as well as our colleagues to become involved so please use
the ‘Send to a Friend’ link distribute this eNewsletter as widely as
possible around your own hospital, region, country and internationally.
This is your Federation and we would like to promote its values and aims as often as we can.
you to all of you who are already working so hard in so many other ways
to achieve our aims; we will ask you to tell us about this in future
Link to WFSA e-Newsletter
Dr. Angela Enright receives ASA Nicholas Green Award
Dec 03, 2012
Dr. Angela Enright, the immediate Past President of the WFSA, has been honoured by the American Society of Anaesthesiologists with the Nicholas Greene Award for Outstanding Humanitarian Contribution.
Dr Enright has also been honoured by the Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland who awarded her Honorary Membership of the AAGBI.
Update 28 (2012) Intensive Care Medicine
Dec 03, 2012
The 268-Page sepcial edition covers the major areas of Intensive Care Medicine (ICM). It is written with an emphasis on provision of ICM in areas where resources are limited, but also covers the major areas of development in ICM where resources are less restricted.
Updated Pain Relief Committee Report Oct 2012
Oct 22, 2012
This is a summary of the activities of the Pain Relief Committee during 2012.
PATM is an important collaboration between the Canadian Anesthesiologists’ Society International Education Foundation (CASIEF) and the WFSA. The mission is making excellent progress training young Palestinian anaesthesiologists.