COVID-19 Resource Newsletter
The IARS has convened a Scientific Advisory Board to curate the thousands of emerging journal articles on COVID-19 and highlight those of greatest value to anesthesiologists, intensivists, related specialists, and investigators. These articles are featured in a bi-weekly newsletter and are the result of extensive review and discussion among our panel of experts. Featured articles are openly available on their respective journal websites.
IARS has assembled a content base with relevant articles from anesthesiology, critical care, and general medical journals, sorted both chronologically and by topic. These resources will allow healthcare workers to easily, and quickly identify the information they need to meet the challenges of COVID-19. All of these articles are openly available without login.
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The IARS is committed to advancing the field of anesthesiology through a number of research and educational initiatives that benefit not only practicing anesthesiologists but also patients of all ages. We expand our reach in these areas through two Journals, Anesthesia & Analgesia and A&A Practice.
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