The British Orthopaedic Association are seeking nominations for the posts of President (2022-23), Honorary Treasurer (2021-23), and four Trustees (2021-23).
Nominations are now open for the following positions. The BOA welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons. However, as women and BME members are currently under-represented, the BOA would particularly welcome applications from women and the BME community. The President is expected to serve for a four-year term and the Honorary Treasurer and Trustee positions for three-year terms.
The role of President is a significant undertaking and requires a four year commitment. The successful candidate will hold the roles of Vice-President Elect, Vice-President, President and Immediate Past President. Applicants should be or have previously held an elected position on the BOA Council.
Honorary Treasurer 2021-23
Duties include being an active member of the Executive group and Council, including attending ten executive meetings and five Council meetings per annum. The applicant should have experience in the management of financial affairs and, preferably, should be or have previously held an elected position on the BOA Council.
There are four Trustee positions. Duties include active participation in Council activities, including attending five Council meetings per annum and other ad hoc meetings and working groups as required.
How to Apply
The application process is being handled by Mi-Nomination on behalf of the BOA.
The British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) is the Surgical Specialty Association for Trauma and Orthopaedics in the UK. The BOA provide national leadership, a unifying focus, and charitable endeavour by:
Caring for Patients
As a charity, the BOA care for patients by raising funds for and promoting research into musculoskeletal disorders. The Association also operates a benevolent fund to support their members in time of need. As a membership organisation, the BOA cares for patients and supports surgeons by focusing on excellence in: