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Welcome to BJA Education

With the change in name from Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain (CEACCP) to BJA Education we further strengthen the educational platform provided by the BJA as a whole. The overall aim is to provide a greater linkage between BJA reviews and the well-established educational material provided by BJA Education (formerly known as CEACCP). All previous content from Volume 1 to Volume 15 Issue 2 can be read at ceaccp.oxfordjournals.org.

This will enhance the already broad international appeal of BJA Education. The journal has a bimonthly print circulation of 17,000 and online users from 181 countries. The BJA Education editorial team will be aiming to commission articles from an increasing number of international experts and the journal has also recently added international editors to the Editorial Board. This coupled with the ongoing program provided by the MCQs associated with every article make BJA Education a really useful resource for continuing professional development (CPD).

Please note: All articles for this journal are commissioned by members of the Editorial Board. Unsolicited articles are not usually accepted.

More information on the rationale behind the change and details of other developments can be found in the April 2015 Editorial in CEACCP.

Supporting Research and Discovery

The British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) is the oldest and largest independent journal of anaesthesia globally. The Journal publishes original articles in all branches of anaesthesia. Submitted manuscripts are subject to stringent review to ensure that the journal only contains papers of the highest standard.

Editor-in-Chief: Ravi P. Mahajan

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Supporting Education

BJA Education publishes high quality material to support the continuing medical education and professional development of specialists in anaesthesia, critical care medicine and pain management.

 

Editor-in-Chief: Jeremy A. Langton

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BJA Education Podcasts

Each month BJA Education interviews the authors of key articles. Both the podcasts and articles are free to access.

Anaesthesia and the developing brain

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