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CDC's Newest MMWR Warns of Infection From Non-FDA Approved Stem Cell Products Injected Into Patients
Dec 21, 2018
ASRA MIPS Fact Sheets Revised for 2019
Dec 20, 2018
ASRA Appointed to AMA Specialty Council; Advocates Against Prescription Restrictions
Nov 30, 2018

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Latest blog entries

How Do You Do it at Your Institution? A Look at Current Regional Anesthesia Education
By Adam Jacob, MD    Jan 24, 2019
Getting Lucky with ASRA
By Rajnish Gupta    Dec 6, 2018
ASRA Celebrates Women in Medicine
By Tina Doshi, MD, MHS, Eleanor Trousdale, MD, Priyanka Ghosh, MD, and Melissa R. Kenevan, MD    Sep 18, 2018

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Important dates

  1. Mar
    2, 2019

    Introduction to Perioperative Point-of-Care Ultrasound

    Course

    Omni San Diego, 675 L St., San Diego, CA 92101

  2. Apr
    11, 2019

    44th Annual Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting

    Annual Meeting

    Caesar's Palace, 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89109

  3. Apr
    27, 2019

    Pain Medicine and MSK Ultrasound Cadaver Course

    Course

    Northwestern Center for Advanced Surgical Education (N-CASE), 240 East Huron Street, Chicago, IL 60611

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Membership

Originally founded in 1923, ASRA was reborn in 1975 and is the largest subspecialty medical society in anesthesiology. We are approximately 4,000 members, including physicians and scientists, and a rich international distribution. Learn about the benefits of membership in ASRA.

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Special Interest Groups

ASRA special interest groups (SIGs) are designed to foster collaboration and networking among people with similar interests. Learn more by visiting our SIG pages.


Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine

Now published monthly! The official journal of ASRA, a subscription to Regional Anesthesia and Pain Medicine is just one of the benefits of membership in the Society.  

Members: Access the journal here.


ASRA News

The official newsletter of ASRA is published online each quarter and features hot topics in the field as well as an opportunity for regional anesthesiology and pain medicine physicians to share their experiences and recommendations for various aspects of practice.