Going Global: AAOS International Initiatives

Demand for education opens opportunities for growth

Mary Ann Porucznik

Why does the Academy have an international presence—and should that presence grow?” asked AAOS President Joshua J. Jacobs, MD, during the 2013 Fall Meeting of the AAOS Board of Councilors and Board of Specialty Societies. “How do expanded international initiatives support the AAOS strategic plan—and what do we risk if we don’t expand that presence? What impact will it have on our U.S. members—and what impact can we have, in the United States and abroad, on enhancing patient care?”

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