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British Journal of Anaesthesia


Title Abbreviation
Br J Anaesth
ISSN
0007-0912
Electronic ISSN
1471-6771
Readership
Anesthesiologists, Critical Care Nurses, Critical Care Physicians, Pain Specialists
Scope
Founded in 1923, the British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) remains the oldest and largest independent journal of anaesthesia. The journal strives to support research and discovery in the field by publishing the best 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.The journal is proudly affiliated with The Royal College of Anaesthetists, The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, and The Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists. This affiliation allows college members access to the BJA and its sister title BJA Education. Both journals retain their editorial independence.
Sponsoring Association(s)
College of Anaesthetists of Ireland (CAI), Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists (HKCA), Royal College of Anaesthetists (RCOA)
Publisher Name
Elsevier Ltd. - London
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