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These days, there’s a ‘day’ for everything. In the next seven days alone you can look forward to World Toy Camera Day, Nut Day and countless others. However, for the WFSA, patients across the globe, and their families, the most import is World Anaesthesia Day - celebrated on 16th October every year.
World Anaesthesia Day celebrates . . .
The WFSA is now coming to the end of our 60th anniversary celebrations. We would like to sincerely thank everyone who has been reading our newsletters, blogs, and engaging with us on Facebook and Twitter.
The practice of anaesthesia has changed and developed so much in the past 60 years with the creation of new technology and . . .
Let's meet the people that give these statements meaning
“Education is the most powerful weapon you can use to change the world”
– Nelson Mandela
“What is really needed to make democracy function is not knowledge of facts, but right education”
– Mahatma Gandhi
The WFSA believes wholeheartedly that education and sharing knowledge is vital to our aim of improving . . .
Working together to create meaningful change in patient safety around the world
Imagine that you’re scheduled to have surgery. Maybe you need your appendix removed, or an emergency Caesarean section - something urgent, something that could save your life.
Imagine your anaesthesiologist has limited access to training, CME, or peer support. Maybe there is no trained anaesthesia provider at all. The operating room . . .
This September the WFSA turns 60.
You may have heard, it’s our anniversary on the 19th September. We’re so excited that we have decided to take the whole month to celebrate. While there may not be cake every week for five weeks (it’s a long month), there will be a newsletter. Yes, a special 60th Anniversary WFSA Newsletter!
If you’re a follower of our Seasonal . . .
Welcome to the beginning of Anaesthesia’s Cinderella story
Surgery has long been known as ‘the neglected stepchild of global health’, but let us introduce you to her forgotten sister, Anaesthesia.
Anaesthesia doesn’t enter the room on her own when global health is discussed, she is hidden behind Surgery, and both are often seated in the corner. Why, you may ask, is this the case? . . .
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