The Resident Assembly meeting will be held at the AAOS Annual
Meeting on Thursday, March 16 from 1:30 - 3:30 PM in Room 2, and the Resident
Assembly Open Forum will be held on Wednesday, March 15 from 6:30 AM - 7:30 AM
in Room 32.
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a Member-at-Large! These two positions will be voted on at the
Resident Assembly business meeting on Thursday, March 16th in San Diego, CA.
Prerequisites for the positions are: have served on a committee for at least
one year and be able to attend the NOLC and the AAOS Fall Meeting in addition
to the Annual Meeting. Applications are due by January 22, 2017.
for the Resident Assembly Meeting All residents are invited to
attend. Let your voice be heard!
Each residency program is asked to nominate one Resident to be the
Resident Delegate to the Resident Assembly. Each year, the Resident Delegate is
invited to attend the AAOS Resident Assembly Annual Meeting at the AAOS Annual
meeting (Thursday afternoon) as the voting representative for his/her
orthopaedic residency program. All residents are also invited to attend this
meeting and be part of the Resident Assembly. This individual will periodically
receive correspondence from the Academy concerning resident programs or
activities that directly relate to their resident colleagues. They are asked to
forward the information to their fellow residents and provide feedback to the
Academy. Resident delegates as well as residents have the opportunity to serve
in leadership positions within the Resident Assembly: Chair, Vice-Chair of
Administration, and committee chairs. Committees are available for delegates and
residents interested in the areas of education, health policy, practice
management, research and technology.
If your program does not have a
delegate listed and you wish to volunteer, please fill out the Resident
Delegate application form. If you have any questions, or would like to
return your completed form, please e-mail Kristen Erickson or Erin
Volland at the Academy.
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For consideration at the
Resident Assembly's meeting during the AAOS 2017 Annual Meeting in San Diego,
CA, proposed Advisory Opinions are due to the AAOS by January 22,
Proposed Advisory Opinions submitted by Resident Assembly
Delegates or members of the Executive Committee require one sponsor. Proposed
Advisory Opinions submitted by Resident Assembly members require the signature
of 20 residents. The Advisory Opinion sponsor is responsible for identifying a
spokesperson, someone who can "speak to" the proposed Advisory Opinion during
the Resident Assembly Open Forum on Wednesday, March 15,
Forum 2017 FAQ
Opinion Submission Form 2017
Opinion Submission Information
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Resident Assembly has five subject committees: Education, Health
Policy, Practice Management, Research, and Technology. There is also
a Global Health Workgroup. All committees meet during the Annual
Resident Assembly Committee
Charges 2016-2017Sign up for a committee.
The following AAOS Residents are
members of the Resident Assembly Executive Committee 2016-2017
Burnham, MD: Chair Verena Schreiber, MD: Vice-Chair Jared L.
Harwood, MD: Past Chair Vahid Entezari, MD: Research Committee
Chair Bishoy Gad, MD: Practice Management Committee Chair Andrew
Jensen, MD: Education Committee Chair Philip Louie, MD: Technology
Committee Chair Patrick Marinello, MD: Health Policy Committee Chair
Nicholas Bonazza, MD: Member-at-Large Zachary Working,
The Executive Committee can be reached at email@example.com
All of the members of the Resident Assembly Executive Committee are
members of The Capitol Club. To get involved with the Orthopaedic PAC, visit
AAOS' Advocacy page for more information .
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