Make sure you’re receiving the most value from your Registry experience - join the Registry Program’s User Group Network (Unet). It’s free for all participants, and allows you to learn and explore educational opportunities from other users. There are quarterly conference calls, an online forum, and a yearly in-person meeting. Visit our Unet page to learn more.
Can I Access Registry Program Data for Clinical Investigation?
We understand our colleagues may want to access the data in the Registry Program to conduct further analyses and address specific hypotheses beyond our national benchmarks.
The goal of the AAOS Registry Analytics Institute is to provide a resource to the scientific community to further understand and improve orthopaedic and musculoskeletal care by making data available to examine outcomes related to orthopaedics. The Institute gives clinicians and clinician-scientists the opportunity to submit proposals for analytic insight that are contained within its various Registries. The structure of the application process utilizes members of the AJRR Research Projects Subcommittee (RPS) and the AJRR Data Committee to provide oversight and constructive peer review of external data request applications. Data analysis will be completed by AAOS Registry Analytics team members for all approved proposals.
To learn more about the application process and participate in a data analysis collaboration with the AJRR, click here.