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    The traveling fellowship program is an annual scientific and cultural exchange among orthopaedic sports medicine physicians in North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Latin America.  This program is a unique opportunity for individuals to witness orthopaedic sports medicine techniques and surgeries from around the world. Three fellows are selected to visit foreign sports medicine centers for four weeks, and are accompanied by a "Godparent", a well-known senior orthopaedic sports medicine specialist selected by the President of the national sports medicine organization sending the fellows. 

     

    Fellows from North America annually alternate travel to Europe, Asia-Pacific or Latin America. In alternate years, fellows from those regions travel to North America. Click on the links below for more information and instructions on how to apply or host a traveling fellow or contact Debbie Czech with any questions.

     

    AOSSM gratefully acknowledges DJO Global for their continued support of the Traveling Fellowship program.  

     

    Become a Traveling Fellow

    The application period for the 2012 Traveling Fellowship program is now closed. Please check back in August 2012 for details on the 2013 tour.

     

    Host a Traveling Fellow

    The Traveling Fellowship Committee is also looking for volunteers to host next year's North American tour. For more information and to submit your host application click here. Submit all materials to Debbie Czech by November 18, 2011.  Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.  Please make sure to indicate on the form any three or four day period from June 17th – July 11th when you will be unable to host the fellows.  If you are interested in hosting both groups simultaneously, please make note of that on your application.

     

    Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the Traveling Fellowship Program 

     

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