recommended sites :
Only active from August 2013 to April 2015, this companion website to A&A summarized the journal's key articles in written and podcast forms.
Subscription based service provides access to a multitude of anesthesiology texts and other educational content.
Anesthesia and Critical Care Reviews Commentary by Jed Wolpaw from Johns Hopkins. High quality board review and critical care podcasts.
Dated interface, this tutorial by Alan Grogono of Tulane covers the fundamentals of acid-base physiology.
British site, dated interface, has some useful review material for UK and US boards.
Huge library of anesthetic considerations for different surgeries as well as anesthetic emergencies from Canadian Anesthesiologist Pooya Kazemi.
Stanford AIM lab site hosts lectures on OB, misc physiology, and basic management. No updates since 2012.
Over 300 high-quality in-depth tutorials on huge range of subjects from the Association of Anesthetists of Great Britain & Ireland.
Interesting articles, physiology tutorials, off the beaten path pharmacology textbook by Gerald Woerlee.
Subscription only service provides access to vast library of anesthesiology lecture audio.
Dated interface but thorough review of the topic by Bhavani Kodali of Brigham & Women's Hospital in Boston, MA.
Webtext on emergency medicine and critical care.
Stanford AIM lab site promoting app for online course
Site dedicated to anesthesia education in limited-resource countries. Hosts numerous pdf handouts, seminars, guidelines and textbook.
Large and well-organized ECG website from Frank Yanowitz of the University of Utah School of Medicine.
Nice somewhat random collection of podcasts, tutorials, videos, news, handouts and presentations
Homepage of Franklin Dexter, OR informatics and statistics expert at the University of Iowa.
Dormant since 2014, wide range of articles, questions and answers, and a few videos
Dated searchable interface; most comprehensive source of US anesthesiology and CRNA job listings.
Collection of short instructional videos for medical students. Very limited anesthesia material.
Journal of Medical Insight : extremely well produced HD videos of surgical procedures; most require subscription.
Morphed into thevent.org in 2014, Paul Kelly's website hosts miscellaneous links to anesthesia materials.
Stanford AIM lab site by Larry Chu and Kyle Harrison for critical events in obstetric anesthesia. Five lessons (video/quiz) available.
Vast open source site with exam keywords, encyclopedia, subspecialty information, TEE rounds, A&A Video summary, OB lectures, Interviews.
ASA initiative with a few case studies, arrticles and patient information.
Fantastic British site by Dr. David Lyness loaded with infographics, tutorials, articles and tons of resources on anesthesia and critical care.
Robust British anesthesia educational modules for medical students and junior trainees.
Stanford Department of Anesthesia website, some lectures, curicula, handouts; not all available to public.
British site by Paul Kelly: great collection of short editorials, links, novice blog posts.
Podcasts about anesthesia literature from Dr. Nahel Saied. Needs updating : requires legacy QuickTime7 web plug-in.
ASA website for public audience: sections on Anesthesia 101, Patient Safety, and Patient Stories.