AOA Webinars

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Upcoming webinars

Digital radiology – 'The state of play and where to from here'

Date: This webinar has been rescheduled to a later date. More details will be available soon. 

The Digital Radiology Committee invites members and interested stakeholders to join a panel of experts to discuss the improvement of diagnostics, impact of digital technologies, and challenges facing radiology. 


Recordings of previous webinars

The new normal in healthcare

Part two in our 'Leadership' series.

Date recorded: 8pm–9.30pm AEST, Wednesday 15 September 2021

Chairs and panellists discussed what ‘the new normal’ will look like for the community, in particularly for those who work in the health sector.

This webinar is free to watch.


Leading in a crisis

Part one in our 'Leadership' series.

Date recorded: 8pm AEST, Wednesday 25 August 2021

Annually AOA hosts an ‘Emerging Leaders’ Forum’ (ELF), which aims to provide an opportunity for participants to be inspired by guest speakers from a variety of backgrounds, who share their experiences of, and insights about, leadership. In place of the forum, two webinars will be held to extend the learnings about leadership to the wider AOA membership, and to our colleagues in other surgical societies.

This webinar is free to watch.


A glimpse into a career in orthopaedics

Date recorded: 1-2pm AEST, Saturday 10 July 2021

Championed by AOA and the Orthopaedic Women's Link (OWL), this webinar was held for all who would like to pursue a career in orthopaedics and would like to hear what the specialty consists of from successful orthopaedic surgeons.

This webinar is free to watch.


Reversing the barriers to females becoming orthopaedic surgeons

Date recorded: 7.30pm–9pm AEST, Thursday 27 May 2021

Speakers and panellists discussed the barriers that women in orthopaedics encounter, and those that female medical students see as blocking their path to the specialty, and explored targeted efforts to promote gender diversity in orthopaedic surgery both within the Australian and international context.

This webinar is free to watch.


Short Stay Arthroplasty – what is the problem?

Part one in our 'Short Stay Arthroplasty – Sustainable and Better Value Healthcare?' series

Date recorded: 8pm – 9pm AEST (60 mins), Thursday 10 September 2020

Panellists, comprised of senior private health insurance personnel, provided discussion on why change is required and answered some curly questions.


Perspectives on Ethics and Culture in Orthopaedic Surgery for a New World

Date recorded: 8pm – 9.30pm AEDT (90 mins), Thursday 22 October 2020

Panellists discussed what is needed to ethically and inclusively approach a new world and future in orthopaedics.


Short Stay Arthroplasty – the Australian experience

Part two in our 'Short Stay Arthroplasty – Sustainable and Better Value Healthcare?' series

Date recorded: 8pm – 9.30pm AEDT (90 mins), Thursday 29 October 2020

Panellists shared their experiences in arthroplasty in numerous settings.


Short Stay Arthroplasty – where to from now?

Part three in our 'Short Stay Arthroplasty – Sustainable and Better Value Healthcare?' series

Date recorded: 8pm – 9.30pm AEDT (90 mins), Thursday 26 November 2020

Panellists from the Federal Department of Health, Australian Private Hospitals Association, Australian Medical Association (AMA), Ramsay Hospitals, Day Hospitals Australia as well as the Australian Orthopaedic Association National Joint Replacement Registry (AOANJRR) and the Australian Society of Orthopaedic Surgeons (ASOS) discuss the next steps with short-stay arthroplasty.