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ASG Travelling Fellowship (Austrian-Swiss-German) PDF Print E-mail

The American Orthopaedic Association founded the Austrian-Swiss-German Travelling Fellowship tour in 1981. The ASG Fellowship, as it is known, represents exchange between the AOA and the Austrian, Swiss and German orthopaedic associations.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2011 20:30
North American Travelling Fellowship (NATF) PDF Print E-mail

The North American Travelling Fellowship (NATF) commenced in 1968. The first group of Fellows began their tour in Washington, and then visited a number of orthopaedic centres throughout the United States and Canada.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 July 2016 15:01
ABC Travelling Fellowship (American-British-Canadian) PDF Print E-mail

The ABC Travelling Fellowship is an educational exchange shared by a group of young orthopaedic surgeons selected by the American, British, Canadian, New Zealand, Australian and South African orthopaedic associations. The Fellowship was conceived by Dr. R.I. Harris of Toronto, Ontario during his presidency of the American Orthopaedic Association (AOA) in 1948.

Last Updated on Thursday, 09 June 2016 15:43
CFBS Travelling Fellowship (Canadian-French-Belgian-Swiss) PDF Print E-mail

Originally known as the "French Fellowship", the CFBS Fellowship was inaugurated in 1972 by Drs. J.P. Moreau and Tony Trias. The original intent of this Fellowship was to generate interest in the orthopaedic specialty among the younger French speaking orthopaedic surgeons.

Last Updated on Monday, 09 November 2015 15:09
Anica Bitenc Travelling Fellowship (Visitor Programme) PDF Print E-mail

In 1982 the COA received an offer from one of our members, Dr. Igor Bitenc, to sponsor an annual travelling fellowship for a young orthopaedic surgeon from the then Yugoslavia. The first Fellow completed his Canadian itinerary in 1985. The COA now hosts one Fellow per year on a rotational basis from Slovenia, Croatia and Serbia.

This Fellowship was named in memory of Dr. Igor Bitenc's late mother, Mrs. Anica Bitenc.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 12 December 2006 11:52