In addition to the many joint social activities with AOSSM colleagues, AANA will host several social events celebrating the work of our many programs and initiatives.
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed restrictions on social gatherings throughout the world. We are staying in constant contact with the city of Nashville and our venues regarding safe gathering opportunities. All social events are planned to take place as noted. The AOSSM-AANA Combined 2021 Annual Meeting will follow all required mandates regarding masks and social distancing.
AANA Residents and Fellows Program
Friday, July 9, 2021 • 3:30 – 5 p.m.
Location: Room 205
Residents and Fellows are invited to join AANA Leadership for special and focused programming during the annual meeting. Take away tips and valuable information that will help prepare you for the next steps in your career.
Brian J. Cole, MD; Michael J. O’Brien, MD
- The AANA Traveling Fellowship: Why It’s Right for You!
Richard L. Angelo, MD, PhD
- 10 Career Pearls for the Young Orthopaedic Surgeon
Seth L. Sherman, MD
- Practice Management and Contracts
Jack M. Bert, MD
- Physician Burnout, Work/Life Balance
Denver T. Stanfield, MD
- How to Get Involved With AANA, How to Advance, DocMatter, Orthopaedic Learning Center (OLC)
Paul E. Caldwell, MD
- Becoming a Reviewer for the Arthroscopy Journal
James H. Lubowitz
- Social Media, Engagement, Podcasts, Webinars
Clayton W. Nuelle, MD
AANA Residents/Fellows/Traveling Fellows Reception
Friday, July 9, 2021 • 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Location: Omni Broadway Ballroom F
AANA invites Residents, Fellows and all Traveling Fellows to have cocktails, network and share stories with AANA peers and past presidents. The Don Johnson, MD Traveling Fellowship alumni will be recognized and celebrated.
AANA Emerging Leaders Program
(Additional Registration Required)
Saturday, July 10, 2021 • 2:30 - 5 p.m.
Location: Room 202
The Emerging Leaders Program is the perfect opportunity to advance your practice and begin your path as an AANA leader. This is ideal for graduating fellows and those in the first five years of practice.
Mary K. Mulcahey, MD
- My Three-Minute Tips on How I Got Involved With AANA | Introduction
Brian R. Waterman, MD
Paul E. Caldwell, MD
- The Role of Mentoring in the Professional Development of Sports Medicine Surgeons or The Art of Mentoring
(Introduction by Andrea Spiker, MD) | Tamara A. Scerpella, MD
- Break - Social
- Leadership and Balance: Lessons Learned Over the Last 25 Years
Brian J. Cole, MD, MBA
- Meritocracy, the AANA Philosophy
(Introduction by Matthew J. Salzler, MD) | John C. Richmond, MD
- The Importance of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine
(Introduction by Mary K. Mulcahey, MD) | Don A. Buford, MD
- Choose Your Own Adventure (2 x 20-Minute Sessions)
- Group 1, Part 1 (Darren L. Johnson, MD) – Navigating Tough Cases in Early Practice
- Group 1, Part 2 (James W. Stone, MD) – Finding a Job & Contract Negotiation
- Group 2, Part 1 (John M. Tokish, MD) – Research (Focus on Outside & International −Collaboration)
- Group 2, Part 2 (Louis F. McIntyre, MD) – Business/Practice Management
- Panel Discussion – Q&A
Moderator: Mary K. Mulcahey, MD
Panelists: Leadership speakers and Emerging Leaders Task Force members