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Orthopaedic Partner News

Current News & Events From Our Partners

The information below has been provided by each organization. Please contact the organization directly with questions or comments. Updated May 5, 2022

AAHKS   |  AAOS  |  ASSH/AFSH  |  MAOA  |  NASS   


AAHKS

Registration for the 2022 AAHKS Spring Meeting Now Open
If you have joined us for the AAHKS Spring Meeting in the past, then you know what a powerful experience connecting over cases in a small-group setting can be. Plan to join us again for the 2022 AAHKS Spring meeting in San Francisco May 12-14th.

After two years of mainly virtual opportunities for smaller learning experiences, we hope that you will welcome this chance to come together and re-engage with your AAHKS colleagues. We have developed a fantastic program led by renowned faculty that focuses on small group case discussions combined with symposia on the hottest topics in arthroplasty today. Register today!


AAOS


Get Hands-On Practice with the Latest Technology at Upcoming AAOS Surgical Skills Courses
Two courses happening in June are a fantastic opportunity to practice new techniques, network with your peers, and earn CME. Register today:
  • AAOS/AOFAS Surgical Strategies on Trending Foot and Ankle Topics – Learn more
  • AAOS Perfecting the Fundamentals of Inpatient and Outpatient Total Hip Arthroplasty – Learn more

2022 AAOS OVT Plus Award Winners
Check out the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons 2022 AAOS OVT Plus Award Winners! See the best of the Orthopaedic Video Theater collection, as selected by their peers. Log in at video.aaos.org and filter by "Award Winners." 

ASSH/AFSH

AFSH Resident and Fellow Fast Track Grants
The American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand (AFSH) is now accepting letters of intent (LOI) for the 2022 Fast Track grant cycle. This grant mechanism was designed specifically for residents and fellows offering a $5,000 award for one year, in recognition of innovative projects related to the hand and upper extremity. Researchers at the start of their careers are encouraged to apply by submitting an LOI by July 1, 2022. Only applicants whose LOI are approved by the AFSH’s Research Management Committee will be invited to submit a full proposal in the 2022 grant cycle. Applicants who are interested in receiving early mentorship from the AFSH’s Clinical Research and Grantsmanship Committee to improve their LOI submission have the option to submit their LOI by May 20, 2022. More information: https://www.assh.org/afsh/s/resident-and-fellow-fast-track-grants

MAOA

Submit Your Abstracts for the 2023 Annual Meeting
The Mid-America Orthopaedic Association is accepting online abstract submissions for scientific paper and poster presentations at its annual meeting, April 19-23, 2023. This meeting will be held at the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort in Miramar Beach, Florida. Abstracts will be accepted online only through the MAOA web site at www.maoa.org. The deadline for abstract submission is July 1, 2022. Contact Cayen VanLaere or Pam Kluck, MAOA, 300 Third Avenue, S.E., #405, Rochester, MN 55904, (507) 281-3431, midamerica@maoa.org with questions.

Traveling Fellowship and Multipurpose Resident Grant Program
The Mid-America Orthopaedic Association is accepting online applications for Traveling Fellowship (one award up to a maximum of $5,000) and the Multipurpose Resident Grant Program (three awards of $6,000 each). Applications will be accepted online only through the MAOA webs site at www.maoa.org. The deadline for application submission is July 1, 2022. Contact Cayen VanLaere or Pam Kluck, MAOA, 300 Third Avenue, S.E., #405, Rochester, MN 55904, (507) 281-3431, midamerica@maoa.org with questions.

NASS

NASS Research Funding – Applications for Traveling Fellowships Due May 9, 2022
NASS provides funding to NASS members and nonmembers for traveling fellowships to support the goal of improving quality spine care for patients and the understanding of underlying disorders. The Clinical Traveling Fellowship spans at least one month to be spent in three to five different medical centers studying spine techniques. The Research Traveling Fellowship spans at least five months at one medical center (other than the facility at which the applicant currently practices). Applications are due by 11:59 pm CDT on May 9, 2022. Learn more and download the 2022 Research Funding Application at www.spine.org/funding.