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Emerging Leaders Nightcap

  • 8:00pm CST
    • Virtual Event
    • Free

Grab a Beverage and Engage with Orthopaedic Professionals!

The AOSSM Emerging Leaders program is designed to mentor and engage the next generation of leaders in our Society. The Emerging Leaders Nightcap events are virtual AOSSM meetings aimed at providing AOSSM members under the age of 45 with information to build their practice and develop leadership skills. These are limited in participants, and are informal, relaxed meetings designed for the exchange of ideas. Nightcaps provide opportunities for younger members to engage with leaders in the field.

Learn more about the Emerging Leaders Program

Next Nightcap Event

February 21 @ 9pm ET/8pm CT

Topic: Choosing a Practice – Academic vs. Hospital Employed vs. Private Practice


Brian Wolf, MD: University of Iowa
Ronald Navarro, MD: Kaiser Permanente
Catherine Logan, MD: Colorado Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics

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The AOSSM 2023 Emerging Leaders Nightcap Series is supported in part by:


Past Nightcap Speakers & Topics Include:


November 16, 2022

Joel Boyd, MD TRIA

Christopher Dodson, MD
How to Become a Professional Team Doctor
October 26, 2022
Mike Joslin, CEO and Senior Client Advisor at Joslin Capital Advisors
Investing 101 for When You are Early in Practice

September 28, 2022

Robert LaPrade, MD
Jorge Chahla, MD
Is Social Media Necessary Today? How to do it Well…
June 15, 2022
Sameer Nagda, MD
Scott A. Rodeo MD
Scott A. Rodeo MD
How to Become an Olympic and Professional Team Doctor
May 4, 2022
John E. Kuhn, MD
How to Form a Multicenter Research Group and Start a Multicenter Trial
March 16, 2022
Ned Amendola, MD
Seth Sherman, MD
Industry Relationships: How to Protect Integrity and Ideas
January 20, 2022
Dean Taylor, MD
William Levine, MD
Sponsorship/Mentorship: How to be a Mentee

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