Carla Smith, MD - Chair / Michael Leslie, DO - Chair
The Fall Resident Comprehensive Fracture Course will be presented in six (6) separate 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.
We encourage PGY 1-4’s to attend, as well as others who can benefit.
Attendees understand that they will be responsible for making any and all reservations for the OTA Residents Course, including travel, hotel and course registration.
Scholarships are limited to North American Residents only.
Once the course is over, scholarship recipients will be responsible for submitting an expense report to the OTA for incurred costs covered in Scholarship.
Scholarship funding of up to $725 may be used to offset travel expenses or course registration, food and beverage will not be covered. Receipts will be required with the expense report.
Scholarship is forfeited if expense report is not received within 30 days following the course
For questions regarding this course, please contact Elizabeth Oshinson at email@example.com.
The OTA acknowledges Smith & Nephew, Zimmer Biomet, Globus Medical for their generous scholarship support: