• Residency

  • Chief's Welcome

    Greetings!  As Chief Residents, we would like to welcome you to our website and thank you for your interest in the UTSW Department of Anesthesiology and Pain Management.  We relish the opportunity to tell you why we love our training in Dallas! The vision of this Department is to advance our superior academic training status and research capabilities, while continuing to provide [...]

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    Grand Rounds Grand Rounds are an integral component of the resident medical education program. The objective of the lecture series is to update residents, faculty, medical students and other healthcare personnel on developing trends and techniques in the medical practice of anesthesiology. These lectures draw from learning experiences based on both diagnosis and treatment. Invited speakers address[...]

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    The Department of Anesthesiology Simulation Center services medical students, residents, fellows, advanced practice providers, nurses, and faculty. The UTSW Anesthesia Patient Safety Simulation team utilizes a state-of-the-art High Fidelity Simulation lab, trained confederates (actors), and seasoned simulation instructors to create a dynamic, interactive, and safe learning environment. Using a [...]

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    Anesthesia Houses The Anesthesia Houses are an innovative program designed to foster small close-knit communities within a large, multi-site academic department. Each resident is assigned to one of three groups who along with participating faculty engage in a number of scheduled events throughout the year. These have ranged anywhere from casual social dinners hosted in the home to sponsored [...]

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    One of the most frequently asked questions is: “What rotations do you do?” To help answer this question, our Chiefs have created this summary of the typical rotations you will do as an anesthesia resident at UT Southwestern. Certainly, the schedules change occasionally, and you can tailor your residency (specifically your CA3 year) to accommodate your needs and practice preferences. [...]

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