With a redesign of the SCA website underway (more news on that soon!) and the multiple new ventures into which SCA has launched, a refresh of our look, branding, and logo are in order.
Society leadership has been working with our management team on a new logo and look for SCA—you will begin to see these changes in the coming months. We are hopeful that this new logo stays true to the traditions of the Society while helping to usher us in to a new era.
Are you a young professional looking to advance your career through leadership opportunities? Are you looking for support to further your education and prepare you to take on new leadership responsibilities? Whether you are just starting out or have begun to establish yourself as a young leader at your institution, apply for the 2017 SCA/SCAF Kaplan Leadership Development Award. You may be the next award recipient.
SCA and SCAF are excited to announce the 2017 Kaplan Leadership Development Award. Our mission is to support cardiothoracic and vascular anesthesiologists early in their careers by granting funding to further their leadership development through course work and leadership-specific studies.
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Submissions to the SCA Bulletin are encouraged and welcome. All content should be submitted via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org as a Microsoft Word document, with images and videos provided as attachments (minimum 72 dpi resolution, but 96 dpi is preferred). Please do not insert images into the Word document because it results in reduction of quality. Any other assets, such as videos, also must be provided as attachments or external links. In addition, please use a byline that includes credentials, affiliations, and the city and state of those affiliations. SCA adheres to AMA style when possible, including citations and references. Please see the information below for additional guidelines.
SCA Bulletin Editor in Chief
Editor in Chief
Literature Review (maximum 800 words)
Editor: Sheela Pai Cole
Summarize and review articles published in the past 6–12 months in journals related to cardiac anesthesiology (other than A&A and Anesthesiology). Content for the Literature Review includes
- an abstract in your own words
- a paragraph at the end with your comments
- citation of the original article.
Echo Corner (maximum 1000 words)
Editor: Kathrivel Subramaniam
Content for the Echo Corner includes
- an echo case scenario (maximum 300 words)
- a question with multiple-choice answers
- the answer and its explanation (maximum 300 words)
- videos (acceptable formats include .swf, .flv, .mp4, .wmv)
- up to 10 references.
Pro/Con (maximum 1000 words)
Editor: Yong Peng
Send your topic suggestions to the section editor and include up to 10 references.
Best Practice Corner (maximum 1200 words)
Editor: Dalia Banks
Include up to 10 references.
Innovation Corner (maximum 1200 words)
Editor: Dalia Banks
Share what you are doing or working on that is innovative or new in the cardiac anesthesia world. Send us a big-picture article about new ideas you have implemented and ways they are making an impact in your hospital and can make an impact in others. Content for the Innovation Corner should include
- a title
- an explanation of how the idea was implemented
- the results of its implementation
- any benefits to your department or hospital.
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