Applications for the AAHKS Fellowship Education Improvement and Innovation Program, developed in partnership with Founding Industry Partner Zimmer Biomet, will be accepted through July 31. Applicant programs must have a current fellow for 2022-2023, an agreement with AAHKS as well as an active SF Match account. This program provides an incentive for the fellowship programs to address targeted areas of improvement, including patient optimization, high-risk/at-risk patients, diverse patient populations, site of care impact, registry-based research and advanced technologies in joint arthroplasty. The long-term goal is to standardize curriculum, improve training and financially support adult reconstruction fellowship training nationally. AAHKS will grant $11,000, at a minimum, to each successful applicant fellowship program to support fellows in the 2022-2023 program year. For more information and to apply, please visit our website.

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