Welcome 2017 AAAA Conference Attendees

Thanks for stopping by.  I hope you enjoyed Austin and the Annual AAAA meeting.

I am sure that you learned learn a lot and I want to help you continue your education at home.

Feel free to share this webpage with your friends who were not able to come to the meeting.

At AnesthesiaMadeEasy.com, I try and put together articles that will help you in your anesthesia education.  I grouped together 5 articles I thought you would enjoy.

1. Making the Most of your Anesthesia Training

This article is a summary of the lecture that I gave at the 2017 AAAA Conference in Austin, TX.  I broke down the lecture into 5 bullet points to help you review the lecture.  If you were not able to attend the conference, this is a great way for you to get the information.

2.  Link to the “Miracle on the Hudson”

Here is a link to a recreation combining the radio audio, flight recorder audio, and what the flight path looked like.  The really cool thing about this reconstruction is that it shows you how fast the whole event took place.  Take some time and check it out for yourself.

3.  Get the most of your pediatric anesthesia rotation

Even if you have no desire to take care of pediatric patients in the future, there are some great lessons to learn on your pediatric rotations.  Check out this article on the things you can learn to get the most out of your rotation, even if you never take care of pediatrics patients.

4. How to study on the move

Once you get out of your classroom training, studying can be a challenge.  When you are on your clinical rotations, you will have to be smarter about how you study.  This article will help give you some strategies and tactics to make your studying easier.


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