What's it mean to you?

Do you consider your membership in the AAOS a “good value”? Well, think about your time here in Las Vegas, at the 2009 Annual Meeting. What did you get for your dues dollar?

  • Complimentary advance registration
  • Guaranteed housing blocks
  • Access to more than 675 scientific podium presentations, 567 poster presentations, 196 instructional courses, and 89 scientific exhibits
  • Exposure to the leading minds in orthopaedic research and developing techniques
  • The opportunity to view the latest in orthopaedic products and services in the technical exhibits
  • Time to network with fellows from across the country
  • A political education from two leaders in the healthcare reform movement
  • Free symposia exploring a range of issues, from the international treatment of spine problems to the new environment in orthopaedic-industry relations
  • Free resources from areas as diverse as public relations to practice management, plus access to trained AAOS staff who can help you establish a Web site, contact your legislator, or educate your patients
  • Hundreds of products at special discounts in the Resource Center bookstore

When you add it all up, isn’t your AAOS membership “priceless”?