Regional strategy – equitable rural health by 2024

Regional Orthopaedic Surgery Strategic Plan 2022–2024

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2022 AOA Annual Report

Chronicling the challenges, progress, and achievements of the past financial year. 

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2022 AOANJRR Annual Report

With over 1.8 million joint replacement procedures logged to date, look back on a rewarding year advancing the wonder of movement.

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Champions of Change Photo Essay

See the winner of the inaugural CC Photo Essay 2022.

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The next three years

Our vision for the next three years: read the AOA Strategic Plan 2022–2024 

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Dealing with knee osteoarthritis?

Find out what osteoarthritis really means and the different ways it can be managed

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Has your orthopaedic care been rescheduled?

Read about managing hip and knee arthritis during COVID-19 restrictions 

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Welcoming AOA's 82nd president

Congratulations to Chris Morrey, AOA's 82nd president, sworn in at the conclusion of the 2022 NZOA-AOA ASM in Christchurch. 

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Remembrance Day 2021

AOA President and RAAF Group Captain Annette Holian reflected on 21 years of service and laid a wreath in respect of those who have passed in wars and peacekeeping operations.

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Information on arthritis

Patients who understand their condition are more likely to cope with managing their day-to-day problems – patient education is an important part of arthritis management.

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AEHA 2021 Symposium

Watch the recording of AEHA's 2021 Symposium on 'The ethics of COVID-19 vaccination – from discovery to distribution'.


Reversing barriers

On 27 May 2021, AOA and Orthopaedic Women's Link (OWL) held a webinar on 'Reversing the barriers to females becoming orthopaedic surgeons'.


2021 Queen's Birthday Honours

We congratulate the AOA member Donald Howie for being recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours. 

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AEHA: Ethics in times of crisis

On 25 Nov, the Australian Ethical Health Alliance (AEHA) held a sector-wide symposium on 'Ethics in the healthcare sector and its importance during times of crisis'.

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Diversity in orthopaedic surgery

AOA is determined to identify and resolve issues relating to the lack of diversity in orthopaedic surgery and has contributed to a study alongside peer associations to investigate common causes and share ideas. 

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Diversity in healthcare

Why we're still talking about it

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