Welcome to the SNACC Education & Trainee page!
SNACC strives to teach, learn from, and engage everyone invested in the care for the neurologically injured patient—from medical students to residents to fellows to senior faculty. Use this page to learn the latest in neuroanesthesia and review core principles in neuroanesthesia.
Article of the Month
Each month we feature an article that we feel aligns with our mission to advance the art and science of the care of the neurologically impaired patient through education, training and research in perioperative neuroscience.
The quizzes may be directly downloaded to your computer to be opened with your default PDF viewer, or opened via your browser. They are published by the SNACC Education Committee.
Quiz 69 – Download– Cardiac Disease and Neuroanesthesia
NeuroAnesthesia Classroom is an online road map for residents rotating through neuroanesthesia. This links neuroanesthesia keywords to resources, in the form of problem-based-learning discussions (PBLDs), neuroanesthesia quizzes, and topic specific peer-reviewed articles from the SNACC webpage.
As the official journal of SNACC, the Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology has a long history of publishing original and review articles relevant to the SNACC membership. The JNA has an international reach and welcomes submissions from all countries.
Expert’s Audio/Video Corner
Neuroanesthesiology is an exciting and popular career option. Fellowship specialty training in neuroanesthesiology goes a long way in enhancing the clinical and research profile of practitioners. “Ask the Expert” is where you can find what leaders in neurosciences from all over the world have to say about specialty neuroanesthesiology fellowship training.
Interactive Neuromonitoring Clinical Cases
These online interactive neuromonitoring clinical cases are free for you to explore and learn from. Cases from around the world and in many different areas encourage you to test your thinking and extend your learning!
Problem Based Learning Discussions
A Problem-Based Learning Discussion (PBLD) format for research education is an active-learning teaching format with a problem-based, student-centered, small-group approach using simulated scenarios as a means of avoiding the educational assumptions made by the more conventional teacher-centered lecture-discussion format.
Bibliography & References
This bibliography contains suggested articles and important reviews on a variety of neurophysiologic and clinical topics of interest. This collection is provided by SNACC as a service for its members.