Vol 2 | Issue 1 | January-June 2021 | Page 01 | Vrushali Ponde
Authors: Vrushali Ponde 
 National President and Ex founder secretary Academy of Regional Anaesthesia, India.
Address of Correspondence
Dr. Vrushali Ponde,
National President and Ex founder secretary
Academy of Regional Anaesthesia, India.
“Team AORA” has come a long way in learning, teaching and researching and innovating regional anaesthesia. From hands-on workshops to full-fledge post-doctoral fellowships of a year’s duration looks like a joyous journey done together.
As I write this, the enthusiasm towards honing skills in regional anaesthesia, RA, is palpable. Even in the most trying times of the current pandemic scenario’s, RA stood to its promise of safety. Not just towards the patients, on this occasion, the safety of the personal in the operation theatres too. Such is the scope and play of this subject.
I take this opportunity to present to you the various protocols and simple practical clinical pearls charted out by the AORA committee of protocols and guidelines. These are done considering the uniqueness of Indian work culture and practices. This can be looked into as a bridge between the most ideal and yet practically implementable work patterns. (Annexure 1, 2 and 3)
I submit my heartfelt thanks to our editor in chief, Dr Sandeep Diwan, to have taken the initiative of embarking on and continuing with the International Journal of Regional Anaesthesia, the official publication of AORA, India.
|How to Cite this Article: Ponde V | Coming Together is a Beginning; Keeping Together is Progress; Working Together is Success”……Henry Ford | International Journal of Regional Anaesthesia | January-April 2021; 2(1): 01.