About the journal Anaesthesia | Association of Anaesthetists

About the journal Anaesthesia

The journal Anaesthesia

Anaesthesia is the official journal of the Association of Anaesthetists, and the number one anaesthetic journal in the world

For over 70 years Anaesthesia has published original, peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of anaesthesia, from intensive care and pain therapy, to equipment research.

Anaesthesia is aimed at consultants and trainees in all branches of anaesthesia, intensive care medicine (including specialists from other disciplines), pain therapy, and non-medics working in these areas.

Members of the Association receive a free subscription to Anaesthesia as part of their benefits package, which includes access to Wiley Online.

The journal has a very high immediacy factor; and an impact factor of 10.7 in the Journal Citation Reports.

Although primarily a clinical journal, we welcome submissions of basic science papers with proven clinical relevance. Read the guidelines on making a submission to Anaesthesia

You can submit to the journal using Editorial Manager. Submissions are open to members and non-members.

You can also keep up to date with the latest thinking with the Anaesthesia Editor's blog.

Anaesthesia is one of the world’s leading anaesthetic journals, delivering high quality research output, a key objective of the Association." Dr Paul Clyburn - Former Chair of Anaesthesia Editorial Board 

Anaesthesia journal app

Members of the Association can access the new Anaesthesia journal app (called Wiley Online Library) on Google Play and the App Store. Once you've downloaded the new Wiley Online Library app, simply type in 'Anaesthesia' in the search bar to find journal content.

Anaesthesia correspondence

Correspondence on new topics or responses to previously published articles or letters should be submitted via Editorial Manager, the journal's online submission site. Please visit the journal author guidelines page for guidance.

Anaesthesia editorial board

The editorial board oversees the production of Anaesthesia, supports and advises the editor-in-chief, acts as a liaison between the Association board, the publishers and the journal, and recommends the appointment of editors and editor-in-chief to the board of directors.

Anaesthesia archive

Association members can view past issues of Anaesthesia right back to 1946 through the membership portal journal website