The University of Nairobi in partnership with the WFSA are offering up to three positions starting in September 2022 with the duration of the fellowship being 12 months.
Two years in the making, the newly published UIA Vol 36 provides an indispensable series of tools and articles to strengthen anaesthesia training, as well as some interesting and different anaesthetic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
On 1 July 2022, following two challenging but successful years, Adrian Gelb formally handed the WFSA presidency baton onto Wayne Morriss. In line with WFSA’s constitution, Adrian has now assumed the role of Immediate Past President.
Find out more about the successes, challenges, and upcoming priorities of the WFSA in the words of our new President and Immediate Past President.
Applications are now open for a new Communications Officer to join the team
The WFSA enhances patient care worldwide by working collaboratively to create, develop and strengthen anaesthesiology education and training.
The programme guides and encourages member societies in single and joint actions that support our objectives and it welcomes suggestions from members …