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Big ambitions for orthopedic surgery in Hawassa
Dr. Ephrem Gebrehana’s ambition for Ethiopia’s Hawassa University Referral Hospital is clear: to be a centre of exellence for orthopedic surgery.
The Course Calendar for 2018 is now available
The new AO Alliance course and event calendar for 2018 is now online. Click here for access to the calendar.
Surgeons and ORP gather in Dharan for courses
On November 3-4, 2017, surgeons and operating room personnel (ORP) gathered in Dharan, Nepal for the AO Alliance’s two courses on the Basic Principles of Frac...
Country snapshot: BURKINA FASO
The AO Alliance (AOA) works in low-income countries with high numbers of reported injuries and insufficient healthcare resources to address fracture care. This ...
Envisioning better fracture care
In the recently released second annual report, we highlight our achievements in continuing to advance fracture care in low-income countries (LICs).
Envisager de meilleurs soins des fractures
Dans notre second rapport annuel publié récemment, nous mettons en avant nos avancées dans le secteur des soins liés aux fractures dans les pays à faible r...
Faculty Training for English-Speaking Africa
On October 5-7, 2017, 15 trauma and orthopedic (T&O) surgeons and two operating room personnel (ORP) from English-speaking Africa (ESA) converged onto Kigali, R...
AOPEER Completes First Face-to-Face Course
Early this September, the AO Foundation’s Program for Education and Excellence in Research (AOPEER) held its first face-to-face Principles in Clinical Researc...
AOA and GCPS launch Ghana Country Initiative
The Initiative is a five-year project, with a budget of USD 3 million, aimed at building national capacity for the timely and appropriate management of fracture...