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American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons

Advocacy, Education, Research

Resources for Residents

The Match for Adult Reconstruction and Tumor Fellowships

In partnership, the American Association of Hip and Knee Surgeons, The Hip Society, The Knee Society and the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society offer the Fellowship Match for Adult Reconstruction and Tumor Fellowships. Full Details.

Match Results Released for 2017 Placement

The SF Match released Match results to programs and applicants for the 166 fellowship positions. This was our most successful Match to date with 160 applicants matching. The Match is has listed openings in unmatched positions in the Immediate Vacancies tab on the SF Match website.

AAHKS Health Policy Fellowship

This is an opportunity for future AAHKS members to get involved in the policy-making process in order to become effective advocates. The goal of this program is to provide Fellows with the requisite exposure, training and skills to advocate the health policy efforts of AAHKS. AAHKS has made an integral commitment to Health Policy Fellows that they will work closely with senior AAHKS volunteer mentors who can provide technical expertise related to daily activities, assist in accessing AAHKS resources, and help identify the collaborative opportunities within AAHKS. The program encourages co-authorship of papers and articles with mentors. Full Details.

Dell Medical School Fellowship in Arthroplasty and Value-Based Health Care Delivery

The Dell Medical School Fellowship in Arthroplasty and Value-Based Health Care Delivery is designed to provide Fellows with a comprehensive and rigorous training experience in the evaluation and management of osteoarthritis and lower extremity arthroplasty problems.  The Fellowship mission is to train surgeons to be compassionate and capable care providers and leaders of health systems, with a broad knowledge base and skill set related to the management of lower extremity joint problems, value-based health care delivery and payment models, and integrated delivery systems. The Program Director is AAHKS member, Kevin J. Bozic, MD, MBA, Chair of Surgery and Perioperative Care at Dell Medical School at the University of Texas at Austin. Full details and FAQ.

The Knee Society’s John N. Insall Traveling Fellowship

A group of four international candidates will be selected to travel to various Knee Society locations for this one-month program that begins in October each year. This annual Fellowship will include visits to internationally recognized joint replacement and knee surgery centers. Full details.

The Hip Society’s Rothman-Ranawat Traveling Fellowship

This traveling fellowship program is open to four orthopaedic surgeons from around the world. The traveling Fellows will visit up to 12 host sites in North America within a period of approximately one month beginning in March each year. The goal of the Fellowship is to foster emerging thought-leaders and to provide them with an inspirational tour of state-of-the-art facilities offering exemplary surgical care of the hip joint. Full details.