Good afternoon,The Women in Critical Care Medicine KEG is supporting a session proposal for the 52nd Annual Congress in 2023. The session will focus on Women's contributions to critical care medicine from the year 2022.
Our goal is for a multidisciplinary group of speakers to highlight Women's contributions over a broad range of critical care medicine-related topics.
We are seeking volunteers to speak for the following disciplines:
If you are interested in participating or would like to nominate a colleague, please contact Lauren Igneri <email@example.com> with the following information by January 19, 2022:
Ultimately SCCM makes the final decision on whether the proposal is accepted and the selection of speakers.
A similar session was well-received at the 2021 Congress. Be sure to check out the 2022 session Women in Critical Care Contributions: a highlight of women's contribution to critical care in 2021 at Congress in April.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to Lauren Igneri <firstname.lastname@example.org>.Kind regards,--Lauren A. Igneri, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCPClinical Pharmacy Specialist, Critical CareCooper University Health CareOne Cooper PlazaCamden, NJ 08103Phone: 856-968-7086Email: email@example.comTalia K. Ben-Jacob MD, FCCMAssistant Professor of AnesthesiologyCooper Medical School of Rowan UniversityDivision Head of Critical Care MedicineDepartment of AnesthesiologyCooper University HospitalOne Cooper Plaza Camden, NJ 08103856-342-2000 ext firstname.lastname@example.org
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