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Although I attended my first AAOS Annual Meeting more than 20 years ago, I still remember the excitement of exploring the “trade floor” and its abundance of new technology for the first time. However, my ability to access the new products at the largest orthopaedic meeting in the world was limited by my lack of clinical experience.

Back then, if I’d been told I would need to become a “good steward of technology” as my career progressed, I would not have understood the importance of the role. Today, the need for orthopaedic surgeons to optimally assess new technology has never been more vital…

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