Online Advanced Case Controversies Course for Residents

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This online course is divided into two sessions: May 18 and May 19, 2021

description

Delivered in two sessions, the Online Advanced Case Controversies Course for Residents will be presented in six (6) separate small group modules, with three (3) expert faculty educators per module. The case based modules will cover advanced trauma techniques among six topics.

Session I - May 18: 5:00 PM CDT - 8:30 PM CDT

  • Diaphyseal open (configuration options)
  • Foot & Ankle
  • Knee

Session II - May 19: 5:00 PM CDT - 8:30 PM CDT

  • Pelvis/Acetabulum/Hip
  • Upper Extremity
  • Complications/Challenges

who

This course targets PGY4 - PGY5’s, but others who have completed the OTA Residents Comprehensive Fracture Course or equivalent and feel they will benefit are not excluded. 

COST

Total Cost: $125

Automatic Scholarship to North American Residents: $100

North American Resident Cost: $25

International Resident Cost: $25

Non-Resident/Fellow/PA Cost: $125

REGISTER HERE

*Registration Closes on May 14 at 12PM CDT*

Due to generous grants from the OTA and Stryker, we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships to residents and fellows to cover the cost of the virtual course. The scholarship is automatically reflected in the registration fee of the course.

Faculty

Course Chairs: Eben A. Carroll, MD and Derek Donegan, MD

Diaphyseal
Module Leaders: Tim Achor,, MD
Faculty: Madhav Karunakar , MD, Arun Aneja , MD

Foot & Ankle
Module Leaders: John Ketz, MD
Faculty: William Min, MD, Jason Halvorson, MD

Knee
Module Leaders: Daniel Dziadosz, MD
Faculty: Holly Pilson, MD, Paul Whiting, MD

Complications
Module Leaders: David Weiss, MD
Faculty: Sharon Babcock, MD, Joe Hsu, MD

Pelvis
Module Leaders: Brett Crist, MD
Faculty: Michael Leslie, MD,  John Eastman, MD

Upper Extremity
Module Leaders: Andy Choo, MD
Faculty: Greg Della Rocca, MD, Richard Yoon, MD

Due to generous grants from the OTA and Stryker, we are able to offer a limited number of scholarships to residents and fellows to cover the cost of the virtual course. The scholarship is automatically reflected in the registration fee of the course.

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