ASES News -November 2021
Will you be with us in Tampa in two weeks?
ASES seeks an Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery
2021 ASES Resident Course
Thank you to everyone that participated in the 2021 ASES Resident Course this past weekend! It was a great event – full of high energy, engaging sessions, and initial feedback indicates that the course was a huge success! A special thank you to all of our distinguished faculty for their time, effort and willingness to share their vast knowledge with all of the Residents and Fellows that attended. Also, a special thank you to all of our industry and strategic partners for their support!
2021 Virtual Business Meeting
We thank everyone who was able to attend the 2021 ASES Virtual Business Meeting. For those of you who missed the meeting a recording is now available via the Member’s Only section of the website.
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- Access all the content that is on the ASES website including the Members Only section in a mobile friendly format
- Pay membership dues
- View and track all upcoming ASES events
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- Access to the Neer Circle Consensus Tool on Irreparable Rotator Cuff Tears
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Upcoming Grant Opportunities
Apply today for the Mark Frankle Health Care Policy Award
- Applicants must be Fellow/ Candidate/Associate members in good standing
- Award applications will be reviewed based upon:
- Willingness to lead ASES in areas of access to health care in communities
- Desire to improve ASES’ knowledge of the delivery of care
- Two (2) awardees will be selected in March 2021
- Fellowship in AAOS Washington DC office (up to 14 days, non-consecutive optional)
- $12,500 for fellowship expenses
- Opportunity to present findings at the annual ASES meeting in October 2021 in Tampa
- Exposure to Health Policy including Capitol Hill visits, AAOS Office of Government Relations, AAOS National Orthopaedic Conference (NOLC), AAOS Board of Specialty Societies (BOS) and Board of Councilors (BOC) Session
- Participation with the ASES Political Advocacy Committee
- Two (2) ASES Representatives (Residents approved for Shoulder & Elbow Fellowship/Fellow/Candidate/Associate Members in good standing)
- Selection of applicants will be based on a willingness to lead ASES in areas of health care policy with a focus on advocating for improved access to high quality shoulder and elbow healthcare.
- Applicants will also promote and advance the membership’s understanding of the importance of health care policy for our patients through presentations at the ASES Annual Meeting focusing on their efforts and accomplishments through the fellowship.
Young Scholars Memorial Fellowship Award
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JSES Reviews, Reports, and Techniques
- Muscle stem cells and rotator cuff injury
- Analyzing outcomes after proximal humerus fractures in patients <65 years: a systematic review and meta-analysis
- Radiological outcomes of iliac crest bone graft augmentation for glenoid bone loss using an open all-suture anchor and washer fixation technique
- The PITCH study: pitcher injuries during the first 30 days of the coronavirus disease 2019 halted Major League Baseball season
- Indexed: in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ).
- Speed on decision: time to first decision is just 27 days.
- Expertise: A diverse and experienced editorial board that ensures high-quality peer-review and consistent independent analysis of your manuscript.
- Best home for your research: unique focus on clinical and basic science review articles, case reports, and novel surgical techniques.
Shoulder and Elbow Career Opportunities
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Celebrate Ernest Amory Codman, MD and Help Support the ASES Foundation
ASES Podcast – Episode #44
In this episode of the American Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons Podcast, hosts Dr. Rachel Frank and Dr. Peter Chalmers interview Drs. William Levine and Eric Cotter in a special episode to aid residents trying to make the decision as whether to pursue fellowship training through sports or through shoulder and elbow.
In Memoriam: Dr. Stefano Carbone
ASES would like to express our condolences on the recent passing of Dr. Stefano Carbone. Dr. Carbone practiced orthopaedic surgery in Rome, Italy and visited many of our members in the US a few years ago as a traveling fellow. Many of us have had the pleasure and privilege to know him and benefit from his vast knowledge and experience, and his passing will have an impact on many of us in the organization. During this difficult time, we hope that you are comforted by the memories of Dr. Carbone’s legacy, and his significant contributions to the shoulder and elbow community.