2018 AOANJRR Annual Report

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AOA ASM 2018 on Facebook

Photos from the 2018 AOA Annual Scientific Meeting in Perth can be found on our Facebook page.

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AOA Annual Report 2017 – 2018

Looking back on another busy and successful year helping restore and advance the wonder of movement.

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United on ethical conduct

AOA led an APEC presentation in Tokyo that brought together representatives from across the Australian healthcare sector to reinforce ethical collaboration.

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AOA's Diversity Strategic Plan

Creating a culture of inclusion in the profession of orthopaedic surgery through three core strategies: flexibility; culture and leadership; and advocacy and engagement.Diversity-icons-transp-small

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Inspiring the next generation

Five female surgeons recently offered insight into their journey as surgeons at Wilderness School in Adelaide.

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The Wonder of Movement

Our video celebrates the contribution of orthopaedic surgeons
to the health and well-being of Australia.

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Transfer all refugee children from Nauru

AOA President David Martin has sent a letter to Prime Minister Scott Morrison, calling for the transfer of all refugee children and their families from Nauru.

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Emerging Leaders Forum 2018

View photos from our Emerging Leaders Forum on the AOA Facebook page.

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The devil in the detail

The needs of the Australian patient must be prioritised as healthcare reforms are finalised.

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Diversity in healthcare

Why we're still talking about it

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AOANJRR in the news

How do you measure the quality of a healthcare system?

Sean Parnell in The Australian.

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Shoulder replacements on 9 News

Richard Page spoke to Channel 9 about increasing shoulder surgery rates.

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Board Appointees and awards from the 2017 ASM

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Congratulations Dr Kurmis

Andrew Kurmis and his co-authors were recently awarded the prestigious Frank Stinchfield Prize...

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