Current Fellows

Save the Date - SPring 2022 fellows course in boston

Course Chair, Paul Tornetta III, MD invites you to attend the Spring Fellows Course from April 21st at 1:00 pm through April 24th at 12:00 pm at the Hyatt Boston Harbor.  Dr. Paul Tornetta, III, leads this cadaver and case-based discussion course along with other distinguished OTA members.  Faculty include: Andrew Schmidt, MD; Stephen Kottmeier, MD; Clifford Jones, MD; J. Tracy Watson, MD; Heather Vallier, MD; Robert O'Toole, MD; Daniel Horwitz, MD; Ross Leighton, MD; Cory Collinge, MD; Philip Wolinsky, MD, Robert Ostrum, MD, Samir Mehta, MD and Kyle Jeray, MD 

Details were sent in the December Fellow Update, if you did not receive it, please contact Rachel O'Connell 

Information on reserving your hotel room will be sent in early January 2022.

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CURRENT FELLOWS

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Thanks to a generous grant from Foundation for Orthopaedic Trauma (FOT), current fellows were able to attend the OTA 2021 Annual Meeting at no cost.  We thank them for their continued support of the our trauma fellows.

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RESOURCES

Still looking for a job?  Consider viewing the "How to Find a Job During a Global Pandemic in Your Fellowship Year" webinar hosted by the Board of Specialty Societies Fellowship Committee.  
View Agenda / Link to Recording (you need an AAOS account to access the presentation)

2021-22 Fellowship Class Welcome Letter 

Online Educational Resources for Fellows 

Fellowship Compliance Committee 

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CASE LOGS

All trauma fellows are expected to keep a case log through the OTA database. Case logs should be complete by July 31, or prior to completing your trauma fellowship. Trauma fellows that are part of an ACGME accredited program will log their cases through ACGME.

Case Log Instructions

Case Log - Login is the same as your OTA profile login

Core Competency Case List - The following is a list of core case considered necessary components of fellow education. For a program to have the depth and breadth of complex fracture and trauma exposure, all fellows must meet a minimum number of case participation in most of these areas.

If you have any problems with log in, please email Rachel O'Connell.

"CPT codes, descriptions and other data are copyright 1966, 1970, 1973, 1977, 1981, 1983-2014 American Medical Association.  All rights reserved.  CPT is a registered trademark of the American Medical Association. The CPT File is copyrighted  by the Americam medical Association 2014.  We acknowledge that AMA retains all right, title and interest in the Files provided to OTA.  AMA claims no copyright to government data that is in the public domain."

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Evaluation Templates

Following Your Fellowship

Fellowship Program Directory

Search and view fellowship program information using the links below.  

Questions regarding OTA Fellowship should be directed to Rachel O'Connell

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