The resident Component Chair serves as the chief officer of the resident component of the OSA. The Chair presides over resident meetings of the Ohio Society of Anesthesiologist, and oversees the general management of resident governmental affairs. It is the duty of the Chair to ensure that all official decisions and actions of the OSA resident board are implemented.
The Chair has primary responsibility for preparing the agenda for each OSA resident meeting, in consultation with the Chair-Elect. The Chair may seek input from the other officers when drafting the agenda to ensure that all issues and any necessary reports relevant to their offices or their committees are included.
The Chair will facilitate the annual transfer to the OSA archives of documents of historical importance, i.e. agendas, minutes, reports, publications, etc. The Chair oversees and updates a mass e-mailing list that includes the e-mail addresses of all Ohio Anesthesiology residents. It is the duty of the Chair to update this mailing list and pass it to their successor.
The Chair-Elect shall be in training to serve as Chair and shall be nominated to serve as Chair the year following their term as Chair-Elect. In the absence of the Chair, it shall be the duty of the Chair-Elect to perform the duties of the Chair and preside at meetings of the resident component of the OSA.
Vacancy in the office of the Chair shall be filled by the Chair-Elect. The Chair-Elect serves on the resident OSA Board, which is comprised of all Ohio resident officers and Ohio resident ASA delegates. The Chair-Elect is expected to work with the Chair regarding agendas and
meeting particulars, and other operational business of OSA.
The Secretary Treasurer shall be responsible for official records. It shall be the duty of the Secretary to record and preserve the minutes of resident OSA meetings, and perform such other duties as ordinarily pertain to this office. Upon retirement from office, the Secretary
Treasurer shall turn over all relevant OSA records to their successor.
At the beginning of each resident OSA meeting, the Secretary Treasurer should circulate an attendee sign-in sheet in order to record members and guests present at the meeting. The sign-in sheet should record the
attendees’ names and institutional affiliations.
The Secretary Treasurer responsibility at Council meetings is to record the minutes of the meeting. The minutes should reflect the structure and content of the meeting and should record motions put forward and their outcomes. Minutes will be considered for approval as
submitted or as amended at the following Council meeting. The Secretary Treasurer shall have an up-to-date printed copy of the OSA Resident Bylaws available for consultation at each meeting.
The Resident Delegate for Governmental Affairs leads and coordinate resident lobbying efforts. To assist in this effort the Delegate for Governmental Affairs is to attend the Annual ASA Legislative Conference in Washington DC.
The Delegate for Government Affairs records resident OSA membership and resident OSA PAC donations. The Delegate for Government Affairs is responsible for tabulating this data for the purpose of awarding the Ohio Cup award to the residency with the highest OSA PAC donation rate.
The Resident Delegates serve as Ohio’s representatives to the American Society of Anesthesiologist. It is the duty of the Delegates to attend the ASA Resident House of Delegates and Resident Representative Committee in October. Component delegates are to serve as institutional leaders and to assist in the establishment of a strong resident component society.
Resident Alternate Delegates assume the duties of Component Delegates at the ASA and OSA when Component Delegates are unable to perform
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
The Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists-Resident Component (OSA-RC) would like your participation in our annual resident’s poster competition. It will be held during our Society’s 84th Annual Conference, September 22-24, 2023
Posters in different categories (basic science research, clinical research and case reports) are accepted as long as an abstract is sent and accepted by August 31, 2023 at 6p.m. Please e-mail your abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be notified via e-mail with the appropriate acceptance letter. The five best studies will be notified before the Annual Conference.
Please click here for Abstract Guidelines
For more information, please contact:
The Ohio Society of Anesthesiologists
3757 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH 43214
Call for Candidates
Resident Component Elections for 2023-2024
The OSA Resident Component Elections will be held in September at the OSA Annual Meeting in Columbus, OH, September 23-24, 2023,
Offices up for election are as follows:
- Delegate for Governmental Affairs
- 6 Delegates
- 6 Alternate Delegates
Residents interested in running for an OSA 2023-24 Resident Component officer or delegate position should prepare a small resume of no more than 200 words for submission. It should include which office you are running for, a small introduction, a summary of any previous political involvement(s) and his or her vision and goals. Please e-mail (email@example.com) the submission to the OSA office by August 31, 2023. The information will be distributed to the OSA Resident Component membership before the annual meeting.
2022 OSA Annual Conference Resident Abstract Winners
RESIDENT RESEARCH ABSTRACTS
1st PLACE – JACK BROOKER, MD – ASSOCIATION BETWEEN CANNABIS USE WITH POSTOPERATIVE OPIOID CONSUMPTION AND RESPIRATORY COMPLICATIONS AFTER SURGERY: A RETROSPECTIVE COHORT STUDY
2nd PLACE – JACK BROOKER, MD – MECHANICAL POWER AND PULMONARY NEUTROPHILIC INFLAMMATION DURING PROTECTIVE VENTILATION IN AN ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME MODEL
3RD PLACE – JACK WANG, MD – ADVERSE NEONATAL OUTCOMES AND DEFINITIONS OF HYPOTENSION AFTER ELECTIVE CESAREAN DELIVERY UNDER SPINAL ANESTHESIA IN MORBID OBESITY
RESIDENT CASE REPORT
CHELSEA SKINNER, MD – ECPELLA IN CARDIOGENIC SHOCK: ANESTHETIC CONSIDERATIONS AND PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT
MEDICAL STUDENT REPORT
JORDAN FRY – TREATMENT STRATEGIES FOR CIRRHOTIC PATIENTS WITH CONCURRENT MODERATE TO SEVERE AORTIC INSUFFICIENCY