Speakers Program – Anesthesiologists

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The Pennsylvania Society of Anesthesiologists (PSA) announces its new program, Doctors for Education, dedicated to educating fellow anesthesiologists about a variety of anesthesia-related topics.

How it works

  • Medical organizations looking for a speaker must complete a Speaking Engagement Request Form.
  • After returning the completed speaking engagement form, a staff coordinator will establish contact with you once the speaker has been confirmed. Please allow 7-10 business days for speaker reservations to be confirmed.
  • PSA member volunteers will share their knowledge and experience with your organization.
  • An Evaluation Form will be provided to the organization contact at the conclusion of the event.

Questions?
Call the PSA office in Harrisburg at (717) 558-7750, ext. 1596, or e-mail psa@pamedsoc.org. Our fax number is (717) 558-7841.

Topics
Presentations are tailored to fit each specific audience.

For fellow anesthesiologists, topics include:

Available in Berks and surrounding counties:

  • Indications and Use of Laryngeal Mask Airways

Available in Centre and surrounding counties:

  • Politics and Medicine
  • What You Need to Know About Office-Based Anesthesia
  • Tort Issues

Available in Philadelphia and surrounding counties:

  • Jet Ventilation for Airway Procedures
  • Total Intravenous Anesthesia
  • Dexmedetomidine
  • Anesthesia for “Awake” Airway Surgery
  • Anesthesia for “Awake” Craniotomy
  • Simulation In Anesthesia

For non-anesthesiologist health care providers, topics include:

Available in Allegheny and surrounding counties:

  • Management of Difficult Airways
  • Anesthesia for Head and Neck Surgery, Including Jet Ventilation
  • Regional Anesthesia for Head and Neck Procedures
  • Pediatric Anesthesia
  • Malignant Hyperthermia
  • Non-MH Causes of Hyperthermia
  • Preoperative Medical Preparation for Anesthesia and Surgery
  • Use of Simulation In Health Care Training
  • Prevention and Management of Post-Operative Nausea and Vomiting
  • Management of an OR Suite
  • How to Run A Residency Program

Available in Centre and surrounding counties:

  • Politics and Medicine
  • What You Need to Know About Office-Based Anesthesia
  • Tort Issues

For health care administrators, topics include:

Available in Centre and surrounding counties:

  • Politics and Medicine
  • What You Need to Know About Office-Based Anesthesia
  • Tort Issues

Available in Philadelphia and surrounding counties:

  • Simulation in Anesthesia
  • What Anesthesiologists Do

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