Orthopaedic educational grants
to fellowship and residency programs -
with independence and transparency.
OMeGA provides orthopaedic graduate medical education grants with a conflict-of-interest–free process that will stand up to the toughest scrutiny. Grants facilitate ongoing discussions, increased access to knowledge and advanced training, and continue the orthopaedic sub-specialty training needed to maintain and improve patient care.
Donors are acknowledged on the OMeGA website with other donors in each category as a group; OMeGA does not assign a specific grant to a specific donor. Donors are recognized in orthopaedic communications like AAOS Now, AOA Community of Leaders and sub-specialty newsletters and also invited to select meetings with leaders in the academic orthopaedic community.
Recipient programs may also acknowledge OMeGA and donors in their academic/hospital communications following specific OMeGA guidelines.