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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Media release: A disappointing result

Unless urgent changes to are made to the private health insurance reforms currently in development, hundreds of thousands of Australians may be negatively impacted in favour of private insurers...

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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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