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The Course will be presented in small group modules, with approximately twenty residents and up to 5 expert faculty educators per module. The modules will have a rapid-fire series of mini-lectures, an extensive open case-based discussion, video demonstrations of techniques, and hands-on skills lab exercises. Modules will cover fundamental principles of fracture care distributed among six topics: articular, diaphyseal, foot & ankle, geriatrics, pediatrics, and polytrauma/pelvis/acetabulum.
PGY 1-4’s are encouraged to attend, as well as others who may benefit.
Attendees are responsible for making reservations for the course, including travel, hotel and course registration.
Due to generous grants from Globus Medical, Smith+Nephew and Zimmer Biomet, a limited number of scholarships will be available to North American residents only. Within 30 days following the course, scholarship recipients are responsible for submitting an expense report with receipts to the OTA for incurred costs covered by the scholarship.
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