AAC Fellowship Accreditation

AAC Post-Graduate Fellowship Application for Certification

The Arthroscopy Association of Canada (AAC) has developed an accreditation process for Canadian fellowships in Sport Medicine/Arthroscopy.  The purpose of the database is to standardize basic competencies across different programs and simplify the fellowship search and application process for residents. All training programs are encouraged to apply for registration and accreditation to further the development of post graduate training in Sport Medicine/Arthroscopy in Canada.

Fellowship Criteria:

  • Minimum 6 months in duration
  • Minimum of 50% of clinical case load in arthroscopic surgery of any joint
  • Designated program contact or director
  • Dedicated time for educational and/or research activity within fellowship

2020-2021 Fellows

Banff Sports Medicine

  • Meaghan Marien

Dalhousie Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine

  • Andres Campos Mendez
  • Johnny Rayes
  • Frederick Michael

Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic

  • Lucas Beckers
  • Lisa Lovse
  • Scott Taylor
  • Stephan Thomassen

McMaster University

  • Mahmoud Almasri
  • Armandeep Singh

Pan Am Clinic

  • Loiy Alkhatib
  • Ivan Kamikovski
  • Lindsay Anderson
  • Jacalyn Thoren
  • Thomas Suter

University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sport Medicine

  • Falko Dahm
  • Justin Chang
  • Kajeandra Ravichandiran
  • Mark Cairns
  • Samuel Larrivee
  • Tara Baxter

Banff Sports Medicine

  • no fellows for 2019-2020

Dalhousie Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine

  • Jian Xu
  • Nedal Alkhatib

Fowler Kennedy Sport Medicine Clinic

  • Lachlan Batty
  • Osama Aweid
  • Gilbert Moatshe
  • Fucai Han
  • Michelle Arakgi

McMaster University

  • Latifah Almana

Pan Am Clinic

  • Shahbaz Malik
  • Benjamin Jong
  • Bhanu Mishra

University of Alberta

  • Nabil Khan

University of Toronto Orthopaedic Sport Medicine

  • Jason Shrouder-Henry
  • Marcel Betsch
  • Paul Okutoyi
  • Saif Aldhuhoori
  • Waael Aljilani