The Anesthesiology Interest Group (AIG) is a student organization dedicated to providing medical students with opportunities to learn more about and experience the field of anesthesiology. Because there is no required clerkship in anesthesiology during the third year, AIG activities provide many students with their only exposure to this exciting specialty. AIG hosts several lunches during the year at which students can learn about what anesthesiologists actually do and how to figure out if this field is right for them. The group also hosts a series of hands-on workshops in a simulation center where students can learn procedural skills such as airway management lumbar puncture, central line place- ment and IV placement. AIG also helps interested students find anesthesiologists to shadow any time of the year.
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