Educational Webinar Series

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What Lies Ahead... Planning Your First 15 Years as a Young Podiatric Physician

Join APMSA on Monday, January 24 at 8:00 PM ET for its 2022 inaugural webinar! This will launch a year-long series of complimentary educational offerings for podiatric medical student members.
During this first webinar, podiatric medical students will learn about:


  • A proven roadmap for the next 5, 10, and 15 years of your career.

  • The different qualifications, certifications, and skills that you should attempt to obtain.

  • Real-life scenarios and stories from experienced practitioners.

  • How to start a practice, thrive in group practice, and plan your career aspirations.

Faculty: Adrianne Ross, DPM
Dr. Adrianne Ross is a graduate of the New York College of Podiatric Medicine and attended the Western Pennsylvania Hospital for surgical residency. She then completed a one-year fellowship in trauma and reconstructive surgery at University of Louisville Health - Jewish Hospital. She is originally from Ohio by way of Great Britain. Currently, she practices in Atlanta, Georgia and serves as faculty for Emory Healthcare podiatric surgical residency program. She is President-Elect of the Georgia Podiatric Medical Association and serves as Vice Chair of Department of Podiatry at Emory Decatur Hospital. She is also a current member of the PICA Medical Advisory Committee. Dr. Ross publishes, lectures, and enjoys a surgical emphasis on lower extremity skin and muscle flaps for complex wound closures, as well as peripheral nerve reconstruction techniques.
APMSA's educational webinar series has been made possible from the generous support of PICA, the nation's leading provider of medical professional liability insurance for podiatric physicians.

"The American Podiatric Medical Students’ Association is the national, student-led organization that serves as the collective voice for all podiatric medical students. We are committed to the protection and advancement of student rights and interests by advocating in legislative and educational arenas. We provide resources to our members to assist them throughout their education as they transition into podiatric residents and physicians."