Brown University’s Department of Anesthesia presents the 2019 Rhode Island Anesthesia Conference – Critical Care and Trauma Considerations for Anesthesia Providers. The conference is Saturday May 4th, 2019 7:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Providence Downtown Marriott, Providence, RI. See brochure for more information.
To register online: www.lifespan.org/events/2019-rhode-island-anesthesia-conference
Americans place a high value on the quality of their health care, and surveys have shown most prefer physicians to be in charge of their care. As a physician anesthesiologist, high-quality patient care matters above all. This week is Physician Anesthesiologists Week. Learn more about the importance of patient safety today: http://bit.ly/WhenSecondsCount #PhysAnesWk19
We are now accepting nominations for the positions listed below. Descriptions of the positions can be found HERE. By serving the MSA membership, you will play an integral role in representing the interests of physician anesthesiologists in Massachusetts. Self-nominations are welcome, and we look forward to your nomination. If you are interested, please complete and return the nomination form by February 1, 2019. It can be submitted to MAAnesthesiologists@mms.org or faxed to 781-464-4896.
If you would like to learn more about the positions, please contact us at the email above.
The following positions are available:
ASA Delegate (4 positions available)
ASA Alternate Delegate (10 positions available)
MSA District Representatives (1 position for each District – 9 Districts – According to U.S. Congressional District) ***
MSA Alternate District Representative (1 position for each District – 9 Districts – According to U.S. Congressional District) ***
** For members up for re-election, you must complete the nomination form to be considered for a given position.
*** Districts are determined by your home address
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