SubSpecialties  |   February 2014
The Future of Our History: The Anesthesia History Association
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SubSpecialties   |   February 2014
The Future of Our History: The Anesthesia History Association
ASA Monitor 02 2014, Vol.78, 58-59.
ASA Monitor 02 2014, Vol.78, 58-59.
Despite worldwide concern that “interest in the humanities (including the study of history) is fast declining,” the Anesthesia History Association (AHA) is enjoying a resurgence in membership, activities and contributions to the professionalism of anesthesiologists!
Founded in 1982-83 by Drs. Selma Calmes and Rod Calverly, the goals of AHA are to promote interest in anesthesia history; to facilitate and encourage preservation of the evidence and artifacts of that history; and to stimulate anesthesia history education. A variety of new initiatives in recent years, along with some renewed active recruitment efforts, have resulted in a surge in new membership in AHA.
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