Do you sometimes scan the table of contents of your most recent issue of Anesthesiology, find several intriguing and relevant articles and then lament that your busy life doesn’t allow you the time to read them all? I suspect many of you answered “yes.” If you did, then ASA’s Self-Education and Evaluation (SEE) program may be just the CME product for you. The practicing anesthesiologists who serve on the SEE Editorial Board do much of the work for you in helping you stay up to date with the emerging knowledge and scientific literature pertinent to clinical anesthesia, critical care and pain medicine.

Each month, we review more than 40 medical journals to identify articles we find most relevant to clinical anesthesiologists. The journals from which we choose our content include premier general anesthesiology journals such as Anesthesiology and Anesthesia & Analgesia. In addition, we choose articles from journals...

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