2022 Call for Sessions

SUBMISSION INFORMATION

Submission for the IARS, AUA and SOCCA 2022 Educational Programs is now closed. Notifications on program status will be sent in Late September/early October.

Submission Dates and Deadlines:

  • May 2021: Session proposal submission site opens
  • July 19, 2021: Session proposal submission deadline
  • Late-September 2021/Early-October: Session proposal submitters receive submission status notification

IARS

IARS Educational programming is built by our members, for the Anesthesiology Research community.  The IARS mission is to encourage, stimulate, and fund ongoing anesthesia-related research projects that will enhance and advance the specialty, and to disseminate current, state-of-the-art, basic and clinical research data in all areas of clinical anesthesia, including perioperative medicine, critical care, and pain management. The IARS is focused solely on the advancement and support of education and scientific research related to anesthesiology.

Proposals will be considered for the 2022 Annual Meeting or our IARS Virtual Education Series.

Session Format: Review the Format and guidelines for each session here.

Review Process: Program proposals will be blinded and reviewed by a group of volunteer members.  The IARS Annual Meeting Oversight Committee will make final decisions for IARS Programming.

DEI Statement: Diversity and inclusion, in all their forms, are essential to the IARS Annual Meeting. We consider diversity comprehensively, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, ability and disability, age, low resource / income countries, disadvantaged socioeconomic status in high resource/income countries, and other factors that shape creative perspective and professional experience. While diverse representation is not a requirement, it will be taken into consideration in the selection of sessions.

AUA

We’d love to hear your suggestions for future AUA education. The Mission of the AUA is to promote excellence in academic anesthesiology through mentorship of academics in anesthesiology; promotion of diversity and inclusivity in academic anesthesiology; professional growth throughout the careers of educators, academic leaders, and researchers in anesthesiology; and organization of an outstanding annual meeting and provision of networking opportunities to academics in anesthesiology.

AUA education is designed to address the continuing medical education needs of anesthesiologists, anesthesiologists-in-training, and anesthesia investigators in academic, clinical, and laboratory settings.

Proposals will be considered for the 2022 Annual Meeting or our monthly webinar series.

Session Format: Sessions are 60 minutes and comprised of 2-3 speakers (45 minutes) plus discussion time (15 minutes).

Review Process: Program proposals will be blinded and reviewed by the Educational Advisory Board (EAB), Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) and Leadership Advisory Board (LAB).

DEI Statement:  Diversity and inclusion are essential to the AUA and its annual meeting. Diverse personal and professional experiences enrich the academic conversations and serve to advance our specialty. The sessions of the annual meeting will be selected to serve the AUA’s commitment to diversity, inclusion, and academic excellence.

SOCCA

Share Your Knowledge: Submit a Session for inclusion in upcoming SOCCA education.  SOCCA is dedicated to the support and development of anesthesiologists who care for critically ill patients of all types. SOCCA fosters the knowledge and practice of critical care medicine by anesthesiologists through education, research, advocacy, and community.

The purpose of SOCCA education is to advance knowledge, improve competence, and enhance performance of intensive care teams.

Proposals will be considered for the 2022 Annual Meeting or our monthly webinar series.

Session Format: Sessions are 60 minutes and comprised of 2-3 speakers (45 minutes) plus discussion time (15 minutes).

Review Process: Program proposals will be blinded and reviewed by SOCCA Committee on Education.

DEI Statement:  Diversity and inclusion, in all their forms, are essential to SOCCA’s Mission. We consider diversity comprehensively, including race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, disability status, age, origin, socio-economic class, and any other factors that shape creative perspective and professional experience.