January 27, 2011
Date: January 27, 2011
Do You Have What it Takes?
2011 AOPA National Assembly “Call for Papers”
AOPA is in search of qualified professionals who have significant business experience in the O&P field for the 2011 AOPA National Assembly in Las Vegas. This is a wonderful opportunity to share your expertise with others in the field, become recognized for your skills, and join the ranks of our profession’s recognized specialists. BOC encourages all of our Certificants to submit their ideas! All entries should be submitted to Tina Moran at AOPA no later than January 31, 2011.
Share Your Expertise * Advance Your Career * Improve Patient Care
Become a presenter at the largest meeting for orthotists, prosthetists and pedorthists in the country—the AOPA National Assembly. The 94th Annual AOPA National Assembly will be held September 19-22 at the Mirage Resort, located at the heart of the Las Vegas strip.
The "Call for Papers" requests that all interested presenters submit an abstract of their proposed scientific paper or description of their proposed business paper. Eligible presenters will receive a complimentary full-conference registration for the 2011 AOPA National Assembly. An electronic Call for Papers form should be submitted to Tina Moran at AOPA no later than January 31, 2011.
Clinical Presentations and Thranhardt Award
Your clinical submissions, based on sound research and strong empirical data, will set the stage for a broad curriculum of highly valued clinical and scientific offerings at the 2011 AOPA National Assembly. Thranhardt award winners will be selected from the best of the best clinical paper submitted.
Business Presentations and Sam E. Hamontree Award
AOPA is looking for qualified O&P professionals who have significant business experience. Join the ranks of our profession's recognized experts and share your knowledge and know-how at the 2011 AOPA National Assembly. The Sam E. Hamontree Award winner will be selected from the best of the best business paper submitted.
Present your research findings or a particular case study at the 2011 AOPA National Assembly. Presentations should be a graphical display in a poster format using photographs, diagrams, flowcharts, graphs and any sample educational materials developed.
To participate or obtain additional information visit http://www.aopanet.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=268&Itemid=260or contact Tina Moran at (571) 431-0808 or tmoran@AOPAnet.org