There are many resources for Residents and Trainees. Below are a number of links you may find useful. All residents are members of CAS. Visit the Residents’ Section  to learn more.

Sites aimed at Anesthesia Trainees and Teachers

Perioperative Interactive Education (Canada) has award-winning interactive simulation tools. A valuable resource for medical students, residents and teachers, anesthesia assistants and anyone who wants to see physiology in action. New modules are added by regular intervals.

The same group has also developed an number of is an online interactive teaching aid for anesthesia trainees - including staff upgrading their TEE and regional ultrasound skills.

VirtualTEE designed for use by educators and students of two-dimensional TEE. 

Virtual Liver which provides an in-depth, interactive, 3D look at the liver.

Cardiac Embryology facilitate the teaching and learning of cardiac embryology.

Virtual spine to facilitate the teaching and learning of Spine Anatomy and Regional Anesthesia of the Spine. is a fun site with good images and easy to navigate. Medical students, junior anesthesia trainees, respiratory technicians in training will find this site useful.

The Center for Simulation, Safety and Advanced Learning Technology at the University of Florida hosts a large number of simulations and airway device videos for anesthesiology trainees and educators. A large number of pharmacokinetic, physiologic and simulations related to the anesthesia machine is offered. These award-winning simulations are advanced and very helpful to explain some integrated concepts. The site also have a video library of different airway devices.  The 5 th edition of this excellent web site is solely dedicated to teach current understanding and concepts of capnography. It has been described to to be equivalent to a dynamic text book on capnography, but unlike a textbook, this site undergoes frequent updates on monthly basis.

AnesthesiaUK provides medical information, education and communication to Anesthetists in training. Although the target audience are those preparing for the FRCA examination, residents from North America will also find it useful.

EKG Learning Center 

Video Lectures from the University of British Columbia Department of Anesthesiology