myAO: your digital gateway to expertise, education and innovation

Transforming surgery together with myAO.

myAO is a community knowledge exchange platform that offers surgeons the opportunity to connect with each other and provides a new way of accessing dependable, verified, content that is tailored to their needs.

Responding to overwhelming demand from our global network of surgeons and ORP, we have developed a COVID-19 specific resource within myAO.

This curated collection provides links to relevant trusted information, including best practices and guidance that specifically target the concerns and challenges of health care professionals specialized in the treatment of trauma and musculoskeletal disorders.

Carefully selected by a team of volunteer surgeons from all the AO's specialty areas, the myAO COVID-19 Information Hub offers material that is verified and relevant to you.


myAO COVID-19 Information Hub

Collections include:

Recommended and trusted COVID-19 sites for surgeons

Trauma – guidelines & research – trauma & orthopedic surgery

Educational resources & best practice

... with more content covering CMF, Spine, and VET coming soon...

 Find out what myAO offers you


Personalized knowledge

myAO offers you intuitive access to dependable knowledge when you need it. It is your pathway to personalized knowledge, critical insights from clinical experts, and verified videos on demand.

Clinical experts

Engage with leading experts in your field. Find out what they've published recently, see which articles they are sharing, and deepen your insight into current trends in those areas that interest you.


Find out more about the AO response to COVID-19

COVID-19: AO resources for surgeons

Explore the resources we are developing to meet the diverse needs that are emerging across our network.

AO position on COVID-19

Explaining the AO position, providing links to WHO and Swiss Health Authority webpages

Kodi Kojima’s thoughts on myAO

“Our practice should be evidence based. MyAO is the perfect platform to share evidence with peers.”

Kodi Kojima, AO Trauma International Board Chairperson
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