AOSSM offers a wide variety of resources before, during and after sports medicine fellowship training, including:
Recorded AOSSM Fellows Webinars
Upcoming AOSSM Fellows Webinars
Additional Webinar Resources Shared by Fellowship Programs
For the 2018 Match through SF Match (https://www.sfmatch.org
), eighty-six (86) of ninety-six (96) ACGME-accredited orthopaedic sports medicine programs participated in the Match rankings with a total of 226 positions. There were 248 applicant registrations and 81% of registrants submitted a rank list. Of all the programs’ positions, 86% were filled, higher than 84% of positions filled in the 2017 Match. The Match yielded positive results for the applicants with 97% of those who submitted a rank list matched to a program. The Match remains highly appealing for residents, as 69% of all applicants received their 1st or 2nd choice in fellowship programs this year.
The AOSSM Fellows Exam was developed to assist fellowship programs in identifying strengths and weaknesses in their fellows’ orthopaedic sports medicine clinical and practice management areas. This is a valuable tool for fellowship programs to use during training and for fellows to prepare for the subspecialty exam. The pretest and posttest exams are designed for both fellows and the programs to assess the status of education and learning during the fellowship year.
The AOSSM Fellows Resource Center is a one-stop shop for all current orthopaedic sports medicine fellows to access the latest AOSSM resources, including Online Meetings, AJSM
and Sports Health
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) is a private, non-profit organization that reviews and accredits graduate medical education (residency and fellowship) programs, and the institutions that sponsor them, in the United States. The mission of the ACGME is to improve health care and population health by assessing and advancing the quality of resident physicians' education through accreditation.
Optimize your fellowship experience with these links to additional resources and other organizations.