Colleagues, as you all know, our road trip to Hawaii was canceled due to COVID, again. However, our Education Committee and the IARS rallied and quickly changed gears to a 100% virtual annual meeting. Although we all missed seeing each other in person, the meeting was incredibly successful and well attended. At the SOCCA annual meeting on Friday, we had four very lively educational sessions and aligned sessions with the IARS, AUA, and SOCCA. We then ended the day with our young investigator award presentations. On Saturday, the next day was the IARS | AUA | SOCCA aligned meeting day. We sponsored a review course lecture and a panel on evidence-based emergency airway management, which generated many comments and discussions.Continue Reading…
Volume 33 | Issue 2
On behalf of the SOCCA Education Committee, we would like to thank you all for another successful SOCCA Annual meeting this past spring. While we were disappointed that the increase in COVID cases led to a last-minute transition to a virtual format, the enthusiasm for educational talks, presentations of current research, and networking opportunities could not be fettered.Continue Reading…
The members of the SOCCA Research Committee are moving into summer with great energy and enthusiasm. Our members have continued to advance a variety of initiatives in support of the SOCCA vision “to promote and advocate for current and future critical care anesthesiologists through collaboration and innovative patient care.”Continue Reading…
The Research Committee would like to highlight some of the recent literature contributions of its members.Continue Reading…
Dr. Carlee Clark is an Associate Professor in the department of Anesthesia and Perioperative Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina where she is Chief of the Anesthesia Integrated Clinical Center of Excellence and Vice Chair of Clinical Operations. She is currently serving on SOCCA’s Board.Continue Reading…
Dr. Michael O’Connor is a Professor in the Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, Section of Pulmonary and Critical Care Medicine, Department of Medicine, at The University of Chicago. He also serves as a Vice-Chair of Academic Affairs and as the Executive Medical Director of Critical Care Services at the University of Chicago Medical Center.Continue Reading…
Even prior to curricular changes necessitated by the COVID-19 pandemic, adult medical education had been evolving from a primarily in-person lecture-based structure to a more interactive and reflective approach to learning.Continue Reading…
Women in Critical Care’s Mission Statement and Vision:
Mission: To provide a community of mentorship, sponsorship and support that promotes the recruitment, development, advancement, and well-being of women in Critical Care Anesthesiology.
Vision: To foster women leaders in Critical Care Anesthesiology.Continue Reading…
How long have you been a SOCCA Member?
What is your favorite part of SOCCA?
I like that it highlights critical care anesthesiologists and creates a community for us to engage in.
Pro/Con Discussion of Integrated Critical Care Training with the Program Director, current chief fellow and a practicing graduate of OHSUContinue Reading…
Read members-only job posts—including roles with:
University of Louisville School of Medicine, Jewish Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky
UC Irvine in Orange, California
Mercy Medical Group in Sacramento, California
Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Lebanon, New Hampshire
University of Florida Department of Anesthesiology in Gainesville, Florida
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ASA 2023 Annual Meeting
September is Women in Medicine Month and throughout the month, four of our members will be sharing their experiences as a woman in critical care.
IARS & SOCCA Abstracts 2023
Abstracts of International Anesthesia Research Society & Society of Critical Care Anesthesiologists 2023 Annual Meetings are available in the May 2023 issue of Anesthesia & Analgesia.
SOCCA Women in Critical Care has collaborated with Stanford Continuing Medical Education for a Stanford Medcast Women in Critical Care podcast mini-series.
Episode #66—”Psychosocial Challenges Facing Physicians”—stream now
SOCCA polled the WICC and got the answers we wanted to hear about. We hope this episode helps at least one person out there!
If you have 21 minutes, listen and get your CME credit!
Episode #65—”Stereotype Threats”—stream now
Episode #63: “The Wicked Problem of Physician Well-Being”—stream now
Episode #59—“Underestimation of Influence”—stream now