Why should you join the ASRA Pain Medicine family?


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With more than 5,000 members in 60 countries, ASRA Pain Medicine is the largest subspecialty organization in anesthesia. Earn CME and learn from the experts through our annual scientific and educational meetings and weekend courses.

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Provide evidence-based, safe care to your patients with our advisories & guidelines, Regional Anesthesia & Pain Medicine Journal, ASRA Pain Medicine News, and members-only web resources.  ASRA Pain Medicine provides $240,000 in available research funding each year to support ongoing inquiry to advance the field.

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Join a world-wide base of dedicated regional anesthesia and acute and chronic pain medicine practitioners.  Connect through special interest groups, the ASRA Pain Medicine Connect community, the ASRA Pain Medicine membership directory, and a robust social media following.

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Be prepared to navigate the constantly changing healthcare world with access to the Anesthesia Quality Institute (AQI) National Anesthesia Clinical Outcomes Registry (NACOR) and a wealth of practice management resources. Gain a voice in regulatory matters with insights and opportunities through ASRA Pain Medicine's advocacy efforts.

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Advance your career with endless opportunities to get involved including participation on committees, access to awards and grants, and the ASRA Pain Medicine Career Center.


You're always welcome at ASRA Pain Medicine! We respect and cherish the connections we make with each other so that we can ultimately provide the best outcomes for our patients.

A word about your privacy: ASRA Pain Medicine uses a third-party software program to communicate via email about upcoming deadlines, programs, and offerings. (This does NOT include transactional emails, such as payment receipts or confirmations.) You are always able to unsubscribe. However, in doing so, you may miss out on important communications.

As a convenience, all ASRA Pain Medicine members are initially registered to receive RAPM-related emails from our publisher, BMJ. This includes eToc alerts when a new issue publishes and timely content highlights. There is no action required on your part and you can unsubscribe at any time.

ASRA Pain Medicine does NOT sell or share your email address with third parties. See the ASRA Pain Medicine terms of use and privacy policy for more important information.
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