At the March 2010 American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons meeting in New Orleans, Dr Fulkerson hosted a luncheon for the board of directors, corporate benefactors, and the ISAKOS travelling fellows at Mr B's Bistro on Royal Street. The newly released Patellofemoral Online Education was highlighted as the fellows met to discuss their April journey to patellofemoral centers in USA, France and England. At the luncheon, Elizabeth Arendt, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at University of Minnesota joined other individual benefactors with a major contribution to the Patellofemoral Foundation.
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The Patellofemoral Foundation's Board of Directors recently approved an affiliation with the Yale University Library to initiate a web-based Patellofemoral Resource Center, to be developed with the help of the Yale University Medical Library and the under the guidance of Dr. Peter Jokl, Professor of Orthopedic Surgery at Yale. Dr. Tony Schepsis will oversee a video library component that is currently being developed.
The Patellofemoral Foundation (PFF) Board of Directors met in San Francisco at the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons meeting on March 6, 2008. Representatives from our major benefactor, Smith and Nephew Endoscopy, attended as well as Lieve Van den Berghe, Vice Preident of DJO International and organizer of the Patellofemoral Consensus Group. The AAOS meeting was a great opportunity for Patellofemoral Board Members to fulfill part of our mission to enhance awareness of patellofemoral problems and provide focused educational opportunities for health care professionals about prevention and proper care of patients and athletes with patellofemoral pain and instability.