October 2002 Bulletin

U.S. BJD wins special achievement award

The United States BJD is the recipient of the 2002 BJD International Award for Special Achievement. The International Award recipients were announced Sept. 13, 2002 at an awards dinner at the close of the Annual International Bone and Joint Decade meeting in Rio de Janeiro.

"It’s clear that Dr. Stuart Weinstein’s vision and continuing work and commitment to the BJD has helped shape a burgeoning list of activities by the 14 founding member organizations and others who support the Decade," says Mark Wieting, AAOS vice president for educational programs.

Dr. Weinstein is chair of the BJD National Action Network and chair of United States Bone and Joint Decade, NFP, the 501(c)(3) organization responsible for conducting the decade in this country.


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