The Society's Chapter system facilitates collaborative efforts among leaders and practitioners within the same geographical area. Chapters provide a vehicle for members to exchange information, network with local critical care practitioners, and discuss the impact of national issues on their communities. The chapters are separate legal entities that have their own articles of incorporation and bylaws.
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Chapter Programs and Activities
Chapters create multiple opportunities for members to become known by their peers, participate in their community, and interact with local and national leaders. Networking within the chapter structure allows members to discuss issues related to critical care practice, government policy, and to be recognized as leaders in the critical care community.
Chapter Symposium provides an opportunity to meet continuing education needs. Chapters often invite recognized experts and leaders in critical care medicine to speak on a variety of clinical topics.
Chapters provide an excellent forum for the exchange of ideas, knowledge and information. You'll meet critical care professionals who live and practice in your area and confront similar political and healthcare issues.
Chapters' educational programs provide practitioners and academics with the opportunity to present research findings to peers. Participation in a chapter poster or oral abstract presentation helps members gain recognition by their peers, and some chapters provide educational scholarships for selected abstracts.
As a chapter member, you can develop and build on your leadership skills.
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