Championing the interests of patients, serving the orthopaedic medical profession, and advancing the highest quality musculoskeletal health through public and professional education.
A partnership between participating state orthopaedic societies and AAOS
The Washington State Orthopaedic Association, in partnership with The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (JBJS) is pleased to announce their participation in the JBJS Institutional CME Program. To summarize the process, a promotion code is provided to you for one year that provides a 20% discount for all CME activities in the JBJS Orthopaedic Education Center. Offerings include:
- JBJS Virtual Recertification Course, in association with the Miller Review Course (updated in June, 2016)
- JBJS Quarterly CME Exams
- JBJS Reviews CME
- JBJS Webinars (offers CME)
- JBJS Subspecialty CME
Benefits to Physicians and healthcare professionals:
- Staying current on groundbreaking orthopaedic research offered by JBJS Orthopaedic Education Center (OEC) via activities and courses, at a 20% discount
- Ability to track and manage personal educational requirements with the OEC’s online organizational tool
We hope you take advantage of this benefit to facilitate and lend support to your ongoing orthopaedic educational needs. Any questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Washington State Orthopaedic Foundation (WSOF) was created in 2013. The Foundation is one operating component of WSOA, and the Board of Directors of the Washington State Orthopaedic Association comprises the membership of the WSOF. The Board of Directors is elected by its members at the annual meeting.
Vision Statement of the Washington State Orthopaedic Foundation
To make Washington the best place to practice and to receive orthopaedic care.
Mission Statement of WSOF
To promote the advancement of musculoskeletal science and treatment of disease. We are also interested in the efficiency and quality of care.
The WSOF was created:
To collect donations, tax free, to distribute for education and research that would benefit the patient with musculoskeletal problems in Washington State. We think that this effort will result in new efforts to promote patient safety and evidenced based care.