• The AAHKS Fellowship Education Improvement and Innovation Grant Program, presented in partnership with industry partners Zimmer Biomet, DePuy and Stryker, provides a minimum of $8,000 to qualifying programs to address targeted areas of improvement, such as patient optimization, diversity, site of care impact, research and advanced technologies. Applications will be accepted through February 5. Learn more.   
  • Be among the first to apply for AAHKS Fellowship Recognition. The Recognition Program defines a common set of standards that participating arthroplasty programs must meet and a formal process for recognizing adherence to such standards. Overseen by the AAHKS Fellowship Committee, the program’s overarching goal is to ensure that adult reconstruction training programs are structured with solid foundation on education while minimizing the administrative burden. Fees are waived for the first wave of applicants! Learn more about the program.  
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