Volunteer with the AUA

Welcome to the AUA volunteer community. The AUA standing committee and advisory boards are a great way to get involved and promote excellence throughout the academic anesthesia community

As a member, you have an opportunity to:

  • Advance and foster the field of academic anesthesiology
  • Collaborate and engage with other members in the academic anesthesia community
  • Network with other AUA members

AUA Standing Committee & Advisory Boards

Communications and Website Committee

The Communications and Website Committee is responsible for production of the AUA Update and production and maintenance of the website and other technological communications.

The Committee meets in person each year at the Annual Meeting and throughout the year via conference call. Members serve a three-year term.

Education Advisory Board (EAB)

The EAB is responsible for planning the educational program for the AUA Annual Meeting and providing content to the AUA Update. Members contribute to this process by advising on topics for the Annual Meeting and the newsletter.

The EAB meets in person each year at the Annual Meeting and throughout the year via conference call. Members of the EAB serve a three-year term.

Scientific Advisory Board (SAB)

The SAB is responsible for planning the scientific program for the AUA Annual Meeting and providing content to the AUA Update. Members contribute to this process by advising on topics for the Annual Meeting and the newsletter.

The SAB meets in person each year at the Annual Meeting and throughout the year via conference call. Members of the SAB serve a three-year term.

CALL FOR VOLUNTEER IS OPEN: June 24 – July 26, 2019

If you are interested in volunteering with AUA. Please fill out the form below and indicate which committee or advisory board your interested. Please attach a letter of interest and current CV.

All applicants will be notified by Monday, August 19. For questions, contact Vivian Abalama, CAE, IOM at vabalama@iars.org

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