Baseball Course
2021 AOSSM Baseball Sports Medicine Conference

American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine (AOSSM) Baseball Course Scholarship

PBATS is now closed for the 2021 AOSSM Conference: Youth to the Big Leagues — Managing the Developing Player. The AOSSM Baseball Course will be held VIRTUALLY on November 9th and 16th (two different sessions). 

PBATS will be awarding selected athletic training students with an AOSSM Baseball Course Scholarship, which will be used to directly pay for the conference registration fee.

Students will be responsible for their own hotel and transportation costs. The registration fee will be paid directly to the AOSSM Baseball Course and not directly to the student.

Only those students willing and able to attend the conference should apply. All students can click here to visit the conference website to learn more.

About the AOSSM Baseball Course

AOSSM is happy to partner with Team Physicians and PBATS to bring you this baseball conference with a unique flair. Designed to identify areas of concern and/or controversy in the management of baseball athletes in a team sport setting, no matter what the level of play.

The agenda covers various medical topics that impact the baseball athlete. Key issues, up-to-date information on patient care and practice solutions, will all be addressed. Plus, you’ll be able to participate in a surgical skills lab on Saturday. Physicians will go to the lab and test their skills at UCL reconstruction, arthroscopic labrum repair and biceps tenodesis. Athletic trainers will have the opportunity to be up close and see how the physician does the surgery, ask questions and in some cases, have the chance to help with the procedure.

Who is Eligible to Apply?

Students enrolled in a Professional Program, Post-Professional Degree Program, or Post-Professional Residency Program, or their equivalent, accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training are eligible to apply. All applicants will be treated the same regardless of their gender, race, religion, national origin or sexual orientation. All applicants must be able to speak and write in English. Members of PBATS and their immediate families are ineligible for the scholarships.


The application process is now CLOSED.