PDs at SEA – Episode 7: Reflections on the Recent Changes to the Anesthesiology Application Process Mid-Season and Post-Interviews 

Bryan and Dave discuss the changes on the interview and application process brought about by the signal system and a move away from COVID restrictions. The video podcast is devoted to discussing topics in anesthesia education from the point of view of Anesthesiology Residency Program Directors. Please send comments to questions to [email protected]. We would love to create an episode discussing content you have suggested.

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SEA Statement on EDUCATE Act 

The Society for Education in Anesthesia (SEA) values scholarship and an inclusive community in medicine. As educators we understand that the foundation of a diverse and inclusive physician care team starts in medical school. A diverse workforce has been shown to “lead to higher-quality work, better decision-making, greater team satisfaction, and more equality.”1, 2, 3 All individuals, if they so desire, should have an equitable opportunity to become a physician educator and be part of a diverse workforce. The Embracing Anti – Discrimination, Unbiased Curriculum, and Advancing Truth in Education (EDUCATE) Act, H.R. 7725, violates the values of SEA. SEA strongly opposes the EDUCATE Act and continues to strive for inclusion and diversity in medicine.

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The Benefits of Membership

The SEA is proud to be a member-driven organization, dedicated to the teaching and development of future anesthesiologists, and to the advancement of those who educate them.

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PDs at SEA

This video podcast is devoted to discussing topics in anesthesia education from the point of view of Anesthesiology Residency Program Directors. Please send comments to questions to [email protected]. We would love to create an episode discussing content you have suggested.

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