Features  |   March 2013
Best Practices for ASA State Component Societies: ASA Is So Much More Than a Place for Members – We Help Component Societies, Too…
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  • Jane C.K. Fitch, M.D.
    ASA President-Elect
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Features   |   March 2013
Best Practices for ASA State Component Societies: ASA Is So Much More Than a Place for Members – We Help Component Societies, Too…
ASA Monitor 03 2013, Vol.77, 14-15.
ASA Monitor 03 2013, Vol.77, 14-15.
As President-Elect of ASA, I work daily with ASA team members at both the Park Ridge, Illinois and Washington, D.C. offices. The individuals I interact with in those offices serve as a resource for me on a wide variety of matters, ranging from governance issues to association budgetary matters to upcoming society meetings to requests for clinical research. Overall, the ASA staff collectively helps me to maintain consistent, effective communications with a huge array of entities and individuals. I could not cast such a wide net by myself. As with most anesthesiologists, my needs of the ASA team vary with my roles. I am an elected officer, but I am also a practicing anesthesiologist, professor, and advocate at both the national and state levels.
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