BJA and CEACCP Online

BJA remains the oldest and largest independent journal of anaesthesia. The journal became the journal of The College of Anaesthetists in 1990. The College was granted a Royal Charter in 1992. Although there are educational links between BJA and the College, the journal retains editorial independence. With an Impact Factor of 4.243, the BJA ranks an impressive third out of 28 journals in the Anesthesiology category.

CEACCP is a joint venture of the British Journal of Anaesthesia and The Royal College of Anaesthetists in collaboration with the Intensive Care Society and Pain Society.

The purpose of Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain is the publication of material to support the continuous medical education and professional development of specialists in anaesthesia, critical care medicine and pain management.

 

The British Journal of Anaesthesia
The Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Journal
 

 

Fellows, Members and Trainees receiving the BJA and CEACCP through their College subscription may also access the Journals online.

For information on how to register for this service, please email your name and College Reference Number to: subs@rcoa.ac.uk.

BJA Podcasts
The British Journal of Anaesthesia now provides a free interview podcast with each published issue, keeping you in touch with the latest research on your computer or on the go.

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