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Spring CORD Conference

The Spring 2019 CORD Conference takes place March 15, 2019 in conjunction with the AAOS Annual Meeting. This conference will focus on AOA/CORD/ABOS Collaboration: The Future of ABOS Assessment.  

Join us for content and connections to help strengthen your residency program.  Registration is now open.  

APEX - Advancement | Power | Education | Excellence 

AOA is proud to announce a new partnership with the University of Southern California (USC) — a leadership education offering for orthopaedic leaders: AOA | USC APEX Leadership Certificate Program.  

Registration is Now Open!

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The AOA provides education, leadership skills, and essential tools to empower orthopaedic surgeons for success across all career stages. With a Campaign goal of $8 million by June 2021 each gift will help the AOA to provide a resilient foundation for adapting to continuous change. 100% of your contribution will be invested and directed to support the AOA program(s) of your choice.

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Award Nominations

Posted on 11/1/2018
Award nominations are open! Which AOA Members will you nominate for the Distinguished Clinician Educator Award and the Distinguished Contributions to Orthopaedics Awards?

2019 Slate Nominations

Posted on 11/1/2018
The AOA Nominating Committee is seeking nominations of members to serve on the 2019-2020 Executive Committee and in other key roles. Participation by all AOA members is vital to the election process. Help shape the future of your AOA!

AOA/JBJS Joint Webinar: Diversity

Posted on 9/11/2018
Nov. 14 FREE AOA/JBJS Joint Webinar "Achieving Diversity in Orthopaedics: Taking Action to Drive Change"

North American Traveling Fellowship

Posted on 8/3/2018
We are currently accepting applications for the 2019 North American Traveling Fellowship! The deadline is January 9, 2019.

Member Center Home

Posted on 7/31/2018
Log in and visit the "Member's Center" for the latest news, the AOA Membership Directory, and opportunities just for you!

Help AOA Collect Diversity Data

AOA First Past President Regis J. O'Keefe, MD, PhD, FAOA has done much to lead the effort to address the need for greater diversity in the orthopaedic profession.  But now, we need your help. In order to set realistic diversity goals and measure exactly where we stand, the AOA needs more accurate information from members like you. Please login to the AOA website and update the "Gender" and "Ethnicity" sections of your profile. Click here for the step-by-step instructions