The Emerging Leaders Program would like to recognize the members of the EL Messenger Editorial Council who will be providing an article in the Emerging Leaders Messenger for the next six months, starting in October 2017.
Dr. Li has been featured by the American Journal of Sports Medicine (AJSM) for September Editorial Board Member Spotlight.
Dr. Li is on the AJSM electronic media editorial board and responsible for organizing webinars, social medial poster, podcasts, and one on one interviews with monthly spotlight authors.
Dr. Li has been nominated by the BU Department of Orthopaedics as one of 40 Emerging Leaders across the entire Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center
Dr. Li has been nominated by the Orthopaedics department to participate in a two-day course on leadership skills and critical management issues in health care. A total of 40 participants were selected from across the BMC health care system and BU medical school.
Facebook Live Broadcast of Arthroscopic Bankart Repair Podium Presentation takes place at AOSSM Annual Meeting
At the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine Annual Meeting, many hundreds of people heard Jonathan F. Dickens, MD, present results of and discuss his study published this month in the American Journal of Sports Medicine entitled, “The effect of subcritical bone loss and exposure on recurrent instability after arthroscopic Bankart repair in intercollegiate American football.”
Dr. Li has been invited as a Visiting Professor at the 2017 William J. Mills, III All Alaska Orthopaedic Conference by the Anchorage Orthopedic Society
The Anchorage Orthopedic Society (AOS) which is the premier organization for orthopaedic surgery in the state of Alaska has invited Dr. Li as one of the visiting professors for the 2017 William J. Mills, III All Alaska Orthopaedic Conference.
Dr. Li Invited as one of the Study Section Member to Review R01 and 03 orthopaedic grants by the Healthcare Safety and Quality Improvement Research (HSQR) of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ).
Dr. Li will be the only Orthopaedic surgeon on this 30-member study section to review all of the Orthopaedic surgery grants for the HSQR and AHRQ organization. This is a tremendous honor to be selected.
Dr. Li’s resident wins the Kilfoyle Resident / Fellow Research Award at the fall New England Orthopaedic Society (NEOS) Annual Meeting.
Dr. Miranda Rogers presented the findings of our study “Medicaid Insurance limits patient access to physical therapy services after ACL reconstruction.”
Dr. Li has been invited as Expert Faculty for the 2016 Biennial AANA / ASES Shoulder Symposium Course in Las Vegas, NV.
The Arthroscopic Association of North American and American Shoulder and Elbow Society combine biennial Shoulder symposium is the premier educational course on the management of shoulder pathology.
Dr. Li’s resident wins the Resident / Fellow Research Award at New England Orthopaedic Society (NEOS) Annual Meeting
Dr. Nate Orvets presented the findings of the acute versus delayed MRI imaging and associated pathology in traumatic anterior shoulder dislocations.
Shoulder pain is a common muscular complaint, which can arise at any age and for a variety of reasons. It is a common overuse injury in athletes, particularly those who participate in throwing and overhead sports, such as swimming, tennis, golf and baseball.