Updated June 11, 2020
The impact of COVID-19 on our world and our Society remains fluid, and AOSSM continues to actively monitor the dynamic situation. The health and safety of our members and the greater community remain our focus. Our thoughts are with all who have fallen ill with the virus, those affected by COVID-19 including first responders, health care workers, and those serving in essential roles. AOSSM remains in constant contact with our vendors and event venues related to our planned events.
Through this difficult time, AOSSM is committed to providing our members and partners with opportunities to participate in content-rich education, share resources and engage in peer-to-peer conversations via virtual forums. For questions concerning any of AOSSM’s events, research grants or online CME opportunities, contact the AOSSM professional team Monday-Friday during normal business hours at 877.321.3500 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
, or visit sportsmed.org.
Participate in Research-focused Surveys
Several AOSSM members are currently conducting surveys
to gather information on the practice of orthopaedic sports medicine. These short, 5-10 minute surveys
give you the opportunity to guide future research, improve long-term patient care, and provide your fellow AOSSM members with valuable information to make a positive research impact. All of the surveys can be found here.
Thank you in advance for your participation and helping to enhance our profession.
COVID-19 Guest Editorial in Sports Health
Recently published in Sports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach was an article discussing considerations for the competitive at
hlete during the #COVID19 pandemic and tips on when it may be safe to return to sport. All COVID-related research is open access for global access to information. Stay healthy, everyone!
Online CME opportunities
AOSSM is committed to keeping you in the game during these uncertain times. The American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM) and AOSSM together have several online CME opportunities available and more planned in the coming weeks.
AJSM Current Concepts
You can earn CME based on AJSM Current Concepts! This online opportunity features each article for $15 and is worth 1 CME Credit upon completion. If you’re looking for something new, we’ve got you covered! Click here
to view the new on-demand items below and more.
• Suture button versus hook plate for acute unstable acromioclavicular joint dislocation: a meta-analysis (March 2020)
• Hamstring Autograft Versus Hybrid Graft for Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction: A Systematic Review (March 2020)
• Dynamic Stabilization of Syndesmosis Injuries Reduces Complications and Reoperations Compared to Screw Fixation: a Meta-Analysis of RCTs (March 2020)
Additional Online Learning Opportunities Did you know AOSSM offers 150+ online learning opportunities? Visit AOSSM’s Online Education Zone
for Online ICs, Journal CME, Meeting Recordings, Self Assessment Exams (SAE) and more!
For questions concerning any of AOSSM’s in-person event or online CME opportunities, contact us at 877.321.3500 or at email@example.com
Specialty Day 2020 Abstracts Available Take a look at the AOSSM/AANA 2020 Specialty Day Abstracts! Published in the Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine (OJSM), these abstracts are available to everyone.
Double-down with AOSSM Million Dollar Drive
Only a few months left to donate! Help raise a million and Mr. Kenneth Langone and Mr. Stanley Druckenmiller will match your gift two-to-one! Mr. Langone and Mr. Druckenmiller are impressed with the passion, knowledge, expertise, and spirit of community that thrive among AOSSM members. From their first-hand experiences as joint replacement patients, they understand and appreciate how AOSSM and its members work to keep people of all ages and abilities in the game of life. The scope of this matching gifts opportunity is an extremely generous first-of-its-kind for AOSSM. Its success will enable AOSSM to significantly boost its already weighty investments in member education and skills training opportunities, high-impact research into evidence-based orthopaedic medicine, and the STOP campaign to prevent youth sports injuries.
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AOSSM Virtual Annual Meeting
AOSSM/AAOS Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Review Course
August 7-9, 2020 Westin Michigan Avenue Chicago, IL
The AOSSM/AAOS Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Review Course Preliminary Program is now available here.
Stay Positive, Stay SOCIAL
There is no question these are challenging days. It’s important to keep up with colleagues and friends across the country and around the world as much as possible. Share how you are staying in the game while keeping safe and healthy. Share your pictures and stories with AOSSM during our #StayAtHomeChallenge. Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
For questions concerning any of AOSSM’s in-person event or online CME opportunities, contact the AOSSM professional team during normal business hours at 877.321.3500 or at email@example.com
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