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Helping Residents and Fellows

Donations you give us today will support the future educational needs of residents and fellows in Anesthesiology at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. We appreciate your support of their training.

The Virtue Scholarship is designed to promote a career in clinical, translational, or basic science research. This is achieved by a high-level mentoring commitment starting early in residency, providing research opportunities within the University of Colorado Denver, and by a commitment of financial support from the Department of Anesthesiology throughout residency, fellowship, and/or the first two years as an academic faculty member.

We are rapidly moving into the electronic age of education in medicine. We use an electronic import tool for primary and continuing education for our residents and fellows in anesthesiology and its subspecialty areas of cardiothoracic, obstetric, neuroanesthesia, outpatient, transplant, and pediatric anesthesia; as well as critical care and acute and chronic pain management. We have found the use of iPads highly beneficial for accessing journals and books for the education of our residents, fellows, and faculty. We need your support in donations to assist in the ever growing purchase of books, journals, and other materials along with the update of electronics, computers, and iPads!

We provide funds for residents to attend Continuing Medical Educational (CME) meetings during their training, both when they are presenters and during their professional education. The residency class size and the fellowship programs are growing in size to meet ever-increasing demands placed on anesthesiologists. With this increased size and the attendant increase in size of the Department’s faculty, additional funds will allow residents and junior faculty to attend these meetings and represent the Department and the University of Colorado School of Medicine.

Residents Continuing Medical Education

Virtue Library Electronics

Virtue Scholarship