Attendees include approximately 550 key influencers and decision-makers, some of the most accomplished and distinguished orthopaedic surgeons in North America.
Approximately 200 leading PGY4 residents participate in a two-day, interactive leadership development program. Attendees will get an introduction to communication, negotiation, and leadership skills that will help them become effective leaders and patient care givers. As recognized resident leaders in their institution, they are evaluating and influencing younger residents.
Nearly 80 Emerging Leaders (ranging from PGY5 through the 13th year in clinical practice) participate in interactive sessions and exercises to help them address orthopaedic critical issues impacting the orthopaedic community. Your support is a way to influence these individuals as they become the orthopaedic decision-makers of the future.
This 3.5 hour, in-depth, interactive workshop is designed to help participants acquire a more effective framework for negotiating the turbulent waters of the U.S. health care environment. Attendees will learn to frame and diagnose a problem and challenge ways of identifying patterns that can lead to innovative solutions practicing and implementing strategic thinking and decision-making to improve leadership situations back in the practice-setting.
Until recently, most orthopaedic surgeons have not had the inclination or the means to adequately address the metabolic bone needs of fracture patients with poor bone quality at high risk for recurrent fragility fractures. This symposium offers orthopaedic teams the knowledge necessary to establish and run a secondary fracture prevention program or Fracture Liaison Service (FLS). This symposium draws a large and engaged multidisciplinary audience of physicians, nurses, and APPs.
More than 150 Orthopaedic Residency and Fellowship Directors, Department Chairs, and others discuss educational concepts and tangible solutions to changes in orthopaedic graduate medical education. Topics include surgical skills training, patient safety and quality initiatives with a focus on residents, fellows, and DOs—the future leaders within the profession.
Take advantage of having approximately 185 PGY4 Resident Leadership Forum attendees gathered in one location. Hold a skills course, and conveniently gain access to identified leaders of today’s residency programs, and help them build knowledge of your products.Hold a skills course, and conveniently gain access to identified leaders of today’s residency programs, and help them build knowledge of your products. Review Guidelines.
Mix and mingle with Orthopaedic Residency and Fellowship Directors, Department Chairs and others after the CORD Conference.
Communicate and display your products and services, in-person, at your staffed information table at the AOA's Annual Meeting. The tables are set up in a high-traffic area outside of the Annual Meeting session.
New in 2017, scientific posters will be displayed digitally on the AOA's Annual Leadership Meeting App, AOA Connect. Supporter logos will display on the e-poster landing page. Post-meeting, e-posters will be saved on the AOA's website, providing extended promotion of your company's support of this activity.
The AOA’s preliminary program goes out electronically to all AOA members and affiliated individuals and is posted on the AOA’s website. It reaches approximately 2,220 educators, influencers, young leaders, and multidisciplinary providers across subspecialty, practice setting and career stage. Your ad to be on the back cover (full color).