CSA News

New toolkit available for CSA members – “Preventing Title Misappropriation and Inappropriate Scope Expansion”

CSA’s Practice Management Committee has created a new informational resource that can be used by anesthesiologists to help shape the policies and practices at your individual clinics/hospitals to ensure that labeling and scope for anesthesiologists is protected.

Medical Societies Have New Advice for Treating Surgery Pain in Patients Taking Opioids

The American Medical Association and 14 other medical societies have released new advice for physicians managing surgical pain in “complex patients” who have chronic pain, substance use disorders, or those taking opioid medication prior to surgery.

The Intentional and Inspirational Journey of Dr. Calvin Johnson

Johnson’s lifelong excursion took him from an 11-acre farm in Muskegon, Mich., to an Ivy League school in Hanover, N.H., and on to one of the world’s most renowned medical centers. Johnson earned his undergraduate and M.D. degrees at Dartmouth, where he was a basketball Academic All-America in a class that consisted of Danny Ainge and Darnell Valentine.

In Memoriam: Lisa Wise-Faberowski, MD, MS

It is with a heavy heart that we share the untimely death of our dear friend and colleague Lisa Wise-Faberowski MD, MS. Lisa was a faculty member in the Department of Anesthesiology, Division of Pediatric Anesthesiology at Stanford University School of Medicine. She was a dedicated clinical pediatric cardiac anesthesiologist, scientific researcher, gentle, kind teacher, and mentor.

Do You Really Know What Anesthesiologists Do?

Anesthesiologists: the mysterious masked doctors of the OR. It's no wonder that myths arise about us often unassuming, laid-back physicians -- even our anesthetics are mystifying!