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  • You need to define the scope of practice for the attending - what types of blocks do you expect everyone to be able to do comfortably? What types of consults and management do you expect of them? What are the expectations for hours, places they will work, ...

  • Hey Brad, Send me an email at raj.gupta@vumc.org and I'll share some information if it's helpful. Thanks, Raj ------------------------------ Raj --------------- Rajnish Gupta,MD @dr_rajgupta Professor of Anesthesiology Vanderbilt University Medical ...

  • Hi Julie It depends !! the obvious one if you have faculty who are trained in RAPM fellowships. However, this is not always available in every institution so you may want to gauge the interest of some of your department faculty who are regional capable. ...

  • I am the Section Chief for Acute Pain and Regional Anesthesia at a large academic institution and we are opening up the team for new attending applications. We cover teaching the residents on their score pain month as well as pain medication management ...

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  • Need Help Getting Promoted? ASRA Pain Medicine Can Help

    In response to the requests of our membership,  ASRA Pain Medicine will pilot a Faculty Development Session on Friday, April 1, from 6:45-7:45 am in conjunction with the 47th Annual Regional Anesthesiology and Acute Pain Medicine Meeting. This session ... More
  • NIH Pain Consortium: Preparing/Writing the Application/Submitting the Grant

    The next NIH Pain Consortium webinar in our series on NIH grant mechanisms in pain research across career stages (training, transition and independent stages) will be held on January 13, 2022, from 3:00pm-5:00 (U.S. Eastern time), and will focus on “Preparing/writing ... More

Member Spotlight

Gaurav Chauhan, MD, D.ABA

Gaurav Chauhan, MD, D.ABA

Our Member Spotlight for May is Dr. Gaurav Chauhan, an assistant professor in the division of Chronic Pain in the department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC) in Pittsburgh, PA, where he serves as chair of the Clinical Competency Committee. As a fellow, Dr. Chauhan trained with Dr. Brandon Roth at Cleveland Clinic, who writes, “To say that I have been impressed by him since that time would be an understatement.

“I am constantly amazed and inspired by his drive and commitment to excellence in anything and everything he pursues,” Roth writes. “He is not just a high achiever; he is a natural leader and a nurturer. He genuinely seeks and promotes the success of everyone around him, and he is effective in doing so.”

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