ASA Academic Caucus during ANESTHESIOLOGY® 2018
Dr. Jeff Kirsch, ASA academic anesthesiology director, and Dr. Michael Lewis, ASA academic anesthesiology alternate director, invite you to attend the Academic Caucus during the ASA annual meeting on Saturday, October 13, 7-9 a.m. (Western) in the Yerba Buena Salon 8 of the Marriott Marquis San Francisco. The power to influence the direction of our specialty and the ASA is substantially improved by the engagement of members of academic anesthesiology. The purpose of the caucus is to establish a forum at which academic anesthesiologists can voice their opinions regarding issues facing our specialty and our society.
If you have any topics you would like addressed at this year's Academic Caucus or you are interested in volunteering to review committee packets, please contact Dr. Jeff Kirsch email@example.com or Dr. Michael Lewis firstname.lastname@example.org.
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