This joint initiative from ASRA and the American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) is designed for anesthesiologists who wish to distinguish themselves in the field and provide evidence of training and experience to share with employers. The program guides participants through specific criteria to demonstrate knowledge and achievement in UGRA procedures. The program requires participants to progressively build knowledge through participation in specific CME activities and validate experience via case log documentation. ASRA live meetings and courses offer approved sessions toward the portfolio.
Meeting sessions that qualify for UGRA credits are denoted with the UGRA symbol in the meeting program.
For more information, visit the ASA website.
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