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The following AAOS Residents are members of the Resident Assembly
Executive Committee 2016-2017
Jeremy 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, MD Member-at-Large
Executive Committee can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org
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 .
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
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
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The 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 Meeting.
Resident Assembly Committee
Charges 2016-2017Sign up for a committee.
The Resident Assembly meeting is held
each year at the AAOS Annual Meeting on Thursday, from 1:30 - 3:30 PM, and the
Resident Assembly Open Forum is held each year on Wednesday from 6:30 AM -
Interested in learning more?
Visit our FAQ
or contact us at email@example.com . All residents are invited to attend. Let your voice be heard!
The inaugural RA Open Forum
was held at the 2016 Annual Meeting. All residents are invited to attend the
Open Forum to discuss proposed Actions to be brought before the Resident
Assembly the following day. An Action is defined as an initiative/opportunity
for residents or a stance taken on resident issues. At the open forum,
residents will have the chance to present Actions they have sponsored and
discuss Actions proposed by other residents and educational programs. This is
an exciting opportunity for residents to make a difference in the AAOS. An
informational webinar will be held prior to the deadline to submit Action
Items (January of 2017).
Resident Assembly Delegates will vote on
Action Items at the Annual Meeting.
View the Video Gallery, Webinars, Journals and the Residents'
Newsletter on our Education page.
Planning a Research Study? Check out our Research
Power point presentations you can use to present updates to fellow residents, or to learn more about the AAOS Resident Assembly: