Articles  |   February 2015
Finding and Getting What You Want When You Want It Just Got Easier at Anesthesiology
Author Affiliations
  • James C. Eisenach, M.D.
    Anesthesiology
    Editor-in-Chief
  • James P. Rathmell, M.D.
    Anesthesiology
    Executive Editor
  • Vicki Vass Tedeschi
    Anesthesiology
    Managing Editor
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Critical Care / Education / CPD / Pain Medicine / Pediatric Anesthesia / Technology / Equipment / Monitoring / Advocacy and Legislative Issues / Articles
Articles   |   February 2015
Finding and Getting What You Want When You Want It Just Got Easier at Anesthesiology
ASA Monitor 02 2015, Vol.79, 36-39.
ASA Monitor 02 2015, Vol.79, 36-39.
We are awash in a flood of information, many of us first checking our cellphones upon waking in the morning and last checking them before going to sleep. As physicians and researchers, we need access to new information. Being a good physician means staying aware of changes in knowledge and treatment options to better communicate with fellow health care workers and to provide better care to patients. Being a good researcher means keeping abreast of new paradigms, new methods and new results. The primary job of a peer-reviewed medical journal is to present readers with high-quality research and reviews. But the job doesn’t end there. You have to be able to receive or find what you want in a convenient and quick manner.
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