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Frequently asked questions about RAC. What is the field of interest of RAC? RAC is interested in all aspects of anesthesia that any way are related to patient perioperative analgesia, the use of all analgesia modalities, and foremost the use of regional anesthesia for a patient. That will include all scientific aspects, all skills aspects, and all aspects that can be regarded as the art of regional anesthesia. RAC is also interested in social aspects, professional-political aspects, and economic aspects that all influence whether a patient recieves optimum analgesia and all of the opportunity to benefit from regional anesthesesia.  That is, RAC is interested in obstacles to the practice of regional anesthesia. How does RAC fit in with established, leading and respected subscription-based paper-print journals?  RAC includes an open-access journal, called J-RAC, which means its content is available for free. RAC is a digital journal. It has no space constraints, nor any publication deadlines, nor content targets to reach monthly. It equally, has no content volume limits. Furthermore, all published content can be corrected, or annually revised without the particular material losing its identifying reference, or place or space within the digital structure of a web-based journal. This make J-RAC very different from the established, leading and respected subscription paper-based journals. Those journals will always have their historic, significant, important and prestigious place in medical science.  o J-RAC wishes to supplement those prestigious journals and provide easy traceable materials, and immediately visible materials on any cell-phone, tablet or computer, at any time.  o J-RAC wishes to publish the many good submissions those prestigious journals receive, but that cannot win aceptance into the constricted paper journal. We want their overflow, but submissions that are still of high scientific standard and high relevance. o J-RAC wants to emphasize case reports, which have been squeezed out of the prestige journals in recent years. o J-RAC wants to be an international repository of adverse event reports (AERs). We especially want AERs from ordinary community working anesthesia providers, and we will offer much assistance and guidance in the writing of those reports.  Once substantial amounts of AERs have accumulated, the data will be open to anyone wishing to study patterns of factors involved in adverse events. The goal is to improve anesthesia safety and efficacy. Does RAC have any salaried working positions?  At this time in 2020, there will be no payment for any involved or contributing physician. Involvement can only be voluntary and altruistic. As the RAC income flow increases, hourly paid support and technical staff will be employed on an increasing time scale. How is RAC funded? RAC has zero investment income, institutional income, or professional society income. RAC’s goal is to win donations from physicians who utilize its resources, or who value its resources and direct others to the. RAC plans to win advertising, but advertising space on the pages will be very restricted, so as not to detract from the scientific content. Who is the editor of RAC? He is Dr. Robert Raw MD, born in South Africa, now living in the USA. He has had a career spanning  private practice and university employment in different health-care systems and different countries. His hands-on personal clinical anesthesia experience is of a very rare breadth and depth. He achieved full professor rank. He is published. His annual performance reviews routinely used the phrase “master clinician”. He is a many times awarded best-teacher, experienced international lecturer, and a pioneer in the field. He is also an in-demand expert in medical malpractice cases, offering expert opinons for both plaintiff and defense cases. He says he has learned an immense amount from his malpractice experiences and turns such cases into unusual or poignant teaching topics. Please direct any added question that you may have to the editor. 
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Frequently asked questions about RAC. What is the field of interest of RAC? RAC is interested in all aspects of anesthesia that any way are related to patient perioperative analgesia, the use of all analgesia modalities, and foremost the use of regional anesthesia for a patient. That will include all scientific aspects, all skills aspects, and all aspects that can be regarded as the art of regional anesthesia. RAC is also interested in social aspects, professional-political aspects, and economic aspects that all influence whether a patient recieves optimum analgesia and all of the opportunity to benefit from regional anesthesesia.  That is, RAC is interested in obstacles to the practice of regional anesthesia. How does RAC fit in with established, leading and respected subscription- based paper-print journals?  RAC includes an open-access journal, called J- RAC, which means its content is available for free. RAC is a digital journal. It has no space constraints, nor any publication deadlines, nor content targets to reach monthly. It equally, has no content volume limits. Furthermore, all published content can be corrected, or annually revised without the particular material losing its identifying reference, or place or space within the digital structure of a web-based journal. This make J-RAC very different from the established, leading and respected subscription paper-based journals. Those journals will always have their historic, significant, important and prestigious place in medical science.  o J-RAC wishes to supplement those prestigious journals and provide easy traceable materials, and immediately visible materials on any cell- phone, tablet or computer, at any time.  o J-RAC wishes to publish the many good submissions those prestigious journals receive, but that cannot win aceptance into the constricted paper journal. We want their overflow, but submissions that are still of high scientific standard and high relevance. o J-RAC wants to emphasize case reports, which have been squeezed out of the prestige journals in recent years. o J-RAC wants to be an international repository of adverse event reports (AERs). We especially want AERs from ordinary community working anesthesia providers, and we will offer much assistance and guidance in the writing of those reports.  Once substantial amounts of AERs have accumulated, the data will be open to anyone wishing to study patterns of factors involved in adverse events. The goal is to improve anesthesia safety and efficacy. Does RAC have any salaried working positions?  At this time in 2020, there will be no payment for any involved or contributing physician. Involvement can only be voluntary and altruistic. As the RAC income flow increases, hourly paid support and technical staff will be employed on an increasing time scale. How is RAC funded? RAC has zero investment income, institutional income, or professional society income. RAC’s goal is to win donations from physicians who utilize its resources, or who value its resources and direct others to the. RAC plans to win advertising, but advertising space on the pages will be very restricted, so as not to detract from the scientific content. Who is the editor of RAC? He is Dr. Robert Raw MD, born in South Africa, now living in the USA. He has had a career spanning  private practice and university employment in different health- care systems and different countries. His hands-on personal clinical anesthesia experience is of a very rare breadth and depth. He achieved full professor rank. He is published. His annual performance reviews routinely used the phrase “master clinician”. He is a many times awarded best-teacher, experienced international lecturer, and a pioneer in the field. He is also an in- demand expert in medical malpractice cases, offering expert opinons for both plaintiff and defense cases. He says he has learned an immense amount from his malpractice experiences and turns such cases into unusual or poignant teaching topics. Please direct any added question that you may have to the editor. 
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Frequently asked questions about RAC. What is the field of interest of RAC? RAC is interested in all aspects of anesthesia that any way are related to patient perioperative analgesia, the use of all analgesia modalities, and foremost the use of regional anesthesia for a patient. That will include all scientific aspects, all skills aspects, and all aspects that can be regarded as the art of regional anesthesia. RAC is also interested in social aspects, professional-political aspects, and economic aspects that all influence whether a patient recieves optimum analgesia and all of the opportunity to benefit from regional anesthesesia.  That is, RAC is interested in obstacles to the practice of regional anesthesia. How does RAC fit in with established, leading and respected subscription-based paper-print journals?  RAC includes an open-access journal, called J-RAC, which means its content is available for free. RAC is a digital journal. It has no space constraints, nor any publication deadlines, nor content targets to reach monthly. It equally, has no content volume limits. Furthermore, all published content can be corrected, or annually revised without the particular material losing its identifying reference, or place or space within the digital structure of a web-based journal. This make J-RAC very different from the established, leading and respected subscription paper-based journals. Those journals will always have their historic, significant, important and prestigious place in medical science.  o J-RAC wishes to supplement those prestigious journals and provide easy traceable materials, and immediately visible materials on any cell-phone, tablet or computer, at any time.  o J-RAC wishes to publish the many good submissions those prestigious journals receive, but that cannot win aceptance into the constricted paper journal. We want their overflow, but submissions that are still of high scientific standard and high relevance. o J-RAC wants to emphasize case reports, which have been squeezed out of the prestige journals in recent years. o J-RAC wants to be an international repository of adverse event reports (AERs). We especially want AERs from ordinary community working anesthesia providers, and we will offer much assistance and guidance in the writing of those reports.  Once substantial amounts of AERs have accumulated, the data will be open to anyone wishing to study patterns of factors involved in adverse events. The goal is to improve anesthesia safety and efficacy. Does RAC have any salaried working positions?  At this time in 2020, there will be no payment for any involved or contributing physician. Involvement can only be voluntary and altruistic. As the RAC income flow increases, hourly paid support and technical staff will be employed on an increasing time scale. How is RAC funded? RAC has zero investment income, institutional income, or professional society income. RAC’s goal is to win donations from physicians who utilize its resources, or who value its resources and direct others to the. RAC plans to win advertising, but advertising space on the pages will be very restricted, so as not to detract from the scientific content. Who is the editor of RAC? He is Dr. Robert Raw MD, born in South Africa, now living in the USA. He has had a career spanning  private practice and university employment in different health-care systems and different countries. His hands-on personal clinical anesthesia experience is of a very rare breadth and depth. He achieved full professor rank. He is published. His annual performance reviews routinely used the phrase “master clinician”. He is a many times awarded best-teacher, experienced international lecturer, and a pioneer in the field. He is also an in-demand expert in medical malpractice cases, offering expert opinons for both plaintiff and defense cases. He says he has learned an immense amount from his malpractice experiences and turns such cases into unusual or poignant teaching topics. Please direct any added question that you may have to the editor. 
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