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The Bulletin is the official newsletter of the Australian Orthopaedic Association. It is published three times a year, in April, August and December, and is distributed to AOA members free of charge.
The content of the Bulletin is determined by the Editor in consultation with the Editorial Committee. The Bulletin is produced at AOA Head Office by the AOA Publishing Manager.
We welcome contributions and suggestions from members and non-members. Please note the deadline dates below.
Subject to editorial approval, we welcome
Preferably, contributions should be sent as email attachments in Word format to AOA Head Office.
Hard copy materials should be sent to:
Australian Orthopaedic Association
45 Clarence Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Please do not send original photos and do keep a copy of any documents. While we take every care of materials submitted, neither AOA nor its members, employees, contractors or printers can be held responsible for loss or damage.
For publication in the Bulletin, photographs must be of a high standard. Please check our digital photo specifications.
The Bulletin deadlines are:
ADVERTISING AND CONTENT DEADLINE
Autumn (April) 2011
1 March 2011
Winter (August) 2011
1 July 2011
Summer (December) 2011
1 November 2011
Autumn (April) 2012
1 March 2012
Winter (August) 2012
1 July 2012
Summer (December) 2012
1 November 2012
We welcome advertisements in the Bulletin but please note that all advertisements are subject to editorial approval.
Members wishing to advertise should contact AOA Head Office.
Non-members wishing to advertise should download the following documents, and return the completed contract to AOA Head Office.
Advertisement bookings will be confirmed following editorial approval.
Previous issues of the Bulletin have featured the following themes:
Orthopaedic Outreach from Australia
Orthopaedic Interaction with the Law
Office Orthopaedics - Efficient Patient Management
Are Technical Advances Always an Advantage?
Research and Its Application to Practice
The Trauma Crisis
Competition and the Provision of Orthopaedic Services
Professional Standards and Ethical Behaviour