The Hip Society will develop and nurture a diverse community of clinicians who are dedicated to advancing the care of patients with hip disorders through a commitment to research and education. The Hip Society is committed to increasing the sex, gender, race, religious and ethnic diversity within its members, reflective of the communities we serve. The Hip Society believes that by fostering diversity and inclusivity within our organization we will be better able to serve our patients, the orthopaedic community and our profession.

Apply Now for Our DEI Mentorship Program!

The Hip Society and The Knee Society are proud to launch a new mentorship program focused on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.  Our organizations are committed to fostering the next generation of leaders in arthroplasty from underrepresented segments of our orthopaedic community.  Whether your participation in this program leads you down the path of membership in The Hip Society and/or The Knee Society, it is sure to broaden your exposure to some of the world’s most recognized and respected names in our field, to facilitate personal connections, and for us – to enrich our organizations through new and lasting relationships and thought exchange with emerging leaders.

It is with great pleasure we invite you to consider applying for this program by June 1, 2023.  (This mentorship program is for orthopaedic surgeons practicing in the US and Canada only.)


DEI Committee Co-Chairs, Antonia F. Chen, MD and Charles L. Nelson, MD, are interviewed by Matthew P. Abdel, MD about this exciting new initiative.