Alliance Societies - POSNA

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Alliance Societies - POSNA

The Pediatric orthopaedic society is a non-profit professional organization of over 1200 surgeons, physicians, and allied health members passionately committed to advancing musculoskeletal care for children and adolescents through education, research, quality, safety and value strategy, advocacy, and global outreach to children in underserved areas. The treatment of musculoskeletal complication in children is a global issue. The Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgical Associations/Societies (Alliance Societies) are interested in collaborating with POSNA to improve the musculoskeletal health of children worldwide. The membership and Board of Directors of the Alliance Society and POSNA must approve partnerships. There are no special annual dues. Members of POSNA and the Alliance Societies may attend each society’s annual meetings, continuing education courses, and present scientific papers. Mission- To improve the care of children with musculoskeletal disorders through education, research, and advocacy. Pediatric orthopedic surgeons working currently are often astonished to learn that forty-five years ago just nine orthopedic surgeons in the USA and Canada could be identified as working almost exclusively with children. Not surprisingly, they felt solitary and felt a need to meet with other of similar interests. This was the wellspring of gatherings which starts with the original Pediatric Orthopedic Society in 1971. Activity increased rapidly, but the flow, shortly became unstable. New surgeons with a similar interest began to feel excluded, and rival groups sprung up. At last in 1983 these unite with the establishment of a new Pediatric orthopedic society. Within a year this association ran aground against tax regulations. Thus agitation of the IRS became the force that added the North America to the Pediatric Orthopedic Society (without the geographic courtesy of recognizing Mexico, nor the other areas of Central America). This is how the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America was created in 1984.

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