Application deadline is Friday, July 1, 2011
The mission of the ASSH is to advance the science and practice of hand surgery through education, research and advocacy on behalf of patients and practitioners. To acheive this, the Hand Society needs talented and committed volunteer leaders to strategically manage our initiatives by serving on Council. Each Council member dedicates him or herself to advancing the field by bringing a unique set of experiences and perspectives to Council, fostering the exchange of knowledge and ideas.
On behalf of the ASSH and Nominating Committee Chair, Robert M. Szabo, MD, MPH, we would like to invite all Active Members to apply for service to Council
as Vice President,* Treasurer,* and/or Member-at-large, under eight or over eight years of membership. Candidates should have extensive past service to the Society, including but not limited to the following: service to committees and task forces, service to educational courses as chair, speaker, or instructor, and service to special projects or initiatives endorsed by the Hand Society.
If you are interested in joining our leadership and assisting our membership in charting a course for tomorrow, complete the online application
. Information about the qualifications, time commitments and duties specific to each position can be found on the ASSH website
. Application deadline is Friday, July 1, 2011
. Please contact Alexzandra Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org
with any questions.
*To apply for Council Vice President and Treasurer, candidates will have been an Active member for five years prior to the time of election and must have previously served on Council
- Requires national and international collaboration.
- Fosters the principles of scholarship of the ASSH.
- Has a clearly delineated theme in a specific area of clinical interest, a scientific pursuit, or an educational mission.
The Committee will select the Bunnell fellow based on the applicant’s scholarship, ASSH contributions, and the strength of the proposed collaborative project. Learn how to apply on our Bunnell webpage. Applications are due June 1st. Please contact Alexzandra Wallace at email@example.com with questions.
Don't Miss Your Chance to Apply for ASSH/AFSH Annual Meeting Scholarship
Resident, Fellow or Active-Duty Military May Apply- Deadline May 16
Additional Scholarships for the 2011 ASSH Annual Meeting have been made available through the generous support of Stryker, Acumed, OsteoMed and the Indianapolis Hand Society. Residents, Fellows and Active Duty members of the United States Armed Forces are encouraged to submit an application.
Scholarship recipients receive funding to help defer the cost of the 29th Residents and Fellows Conference in Hand Surgery and 66th Annual Meeting expenses such as registration fees, airfare and lodging. Apply online today
Participate in hands-on learning during ASSH's arthroplasty lab covering the hand, wrist and elbow. As part of our Master Skills Series, this program has a unique course format focused on the ultimate lab experience. During each of the six scheduled labs, attendees choose their own topic, from the leading manufacturers to practice surgical skills, with guidance from hand and upper extremity experts.
Particular emphasis will be placed on operative pearls relative to each implant. Instead of the typical didactic lectures, case study leaders will moderate case reviews and facilitate discussion to highlight the pearls and pitfalls of hand, wrist and elbow arthroplasty. The participant to faculty ratio is low, so you get better facilitation, interaction, communication and learning.
The ASSH designates this live activity for a maximum of 12.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
Pre-application deadline is June 28th
The Peer Reviewed Medical Research Program (PRMRP) just announced $50 million in grant opportunities for a variety of fields including osteoporosis and related bone disease, Paget’s disease and post-traumatic Osteoarthritis. The vision of the FY11 PRMRP is to improve the health and well-being of all military service members, veterans and beneficiaries.
Through four different award mechanisms, the PRMRP challenges the scientific and clinical communities to address one of the FY11 congressionally directed topic areas with original ideas that foster new directions in basic science and translational research; novel product development leading to improved therapeutic or diagnostic tools, or improvements in clinical policies/guidelines; or clinical trials that address an immediate clinical need. Learn how to apply for this award
Thanks to the partnership of hundreds of donors each year the American Foundation for Surgery of the Hand continues to make a difference in patient care, research, and education. We especially thank these donors who made a contribution to the Foundation in the past week.
Frederick F. Fakharzadeh, MD
Ghazi M. Rayan, MD
Craig B. Willis, MD
Christian Woodbury, MD
The AAOS Practice Management Center’s News Dispatch section is updated monthly with selected abstracts of articles from a range of business, medical, professional and technical sources. This month’s topics include abstracts and links to articles on how practices can achieve maximum cash flow; using mid-level providers to enhance your practice; effectively using technology, e.g., iPads, social media, electronic medical records, etc.; and much more. You can also read abstracts posted last month for more ideas about managing your practice.Read more
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