Texas Society of Anesthesiologists

Digital Poster Presentations for TSA September 7, 2024

Dear Residents, Fellows, and Medical Students,

The TSA Resident and Medical Student Education Committee is organizing the 2nd Digital Poster Presentation for Residents, Fellows, and Medical Students this year at the TSA 2024 Annual Meeting. We want to hear your great ideas, interesting cases, and latest discoveries in the specialty of anesthesiology, subspecialties, and beyond.

Your session proposals will be reviewed and considered for inclusion in the 2024 Texas Society of Anesthesiologists Annual Meeting, on Saturday, September 7 th in San Antonio, TX.

All eligible corresponding and presenting authors should become TSA members and register for the TSA 2024 meeting. Residents and medical students are not charged TSA membership dues.

Don't miss this important opportunity to share knowledge, connect with peers and thought leaders, and make a meaningful impact in the anesthesia community!


Details as below:

Resident, Medical Student, and Fellow Digital Poster Session
JW Marriott Hill Country Resort
Saturday, September 7, 2024, 12:30-2:00 pm
San Antonio TX

Large meeting room with 6 monitors provided; 60-inch horizontal monitors electronic format; separated from each other by several feet; 3-5 minute presentation by each presenter.

  • Best posters in each category will be selected (approximately 6).

  • Topics include any of the following:

    • Challenging cases

    • Case series

    • Quality and Safety initiatives

    • Wellness topics

    • Images in Anesthesiology

    • Quality Improvement projects

    • Education and Innovation

    • Multidisciplinary initiatives

    • Diversity and Inclusion projects

    • Simulation research

Please note that poster submissions may not be published elsewhere prior to submitting to the 2024 TSA poster presentation session. If they have been presented in local conferences, you may still submit it.

Poster Category - Choose only ONE category

Category I. Original Scientific Research – report of study findings that has not been previously presented or published. Students may submit research from basic science or clinical science in areas such as Drug disposition, Anesthesia equipment, Monitoring and engineering technology, Quality Improvement projects and Patient Safety information and Database research, Practice management, Regional anesthesia and Pain Management.

Category II. Medically challenging Cases – Report and discuss the management of a challenging case, provide an opportunity to share experiences, examine why decisions were made, and review the lessons from difficult situations.

Category III. Current Topic Analysis – A comprehensive, in-depth review of the current research (within the last 3 years) on a relevant clinical topic in the field of anesthesiology.

Category IV. Images in Anesthesiology