Didactics

Philip M. Stegemann, MD (left), is actively involved in weekly conferences. “We discuss thought-provoking cases in these meetings,” says resident Ross Cole, MD.

Our didactic curriculum enhances your training with specialized coverage of key areas — including fractures, interesting cases and orthopaedic oncology — while helping you stay aware of new research.

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Review musculoskeletal anatomy and major surgical approaches in our anatomy lab sessions.
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Expand your knowledge of a range of fractures and present to your peers and faculty mentors.
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Deepen your understanding of areas ranging from sports medicine and pediatric orthopaedics to oncology and arthroplasty in our grand rounds and interesting case lectures.
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Our journal club will help you stay current in the field and improve your analytical skills.
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We’ll help you review basic science topics and prepare for the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Orthopaedics In-Training Exam (OITE).
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As a resident in our program, you have the option to attend meetings that deepen your understanding about topics related to sports medicine.
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Gain familiarity with a variety of topics pertaining to orthopaedic oncology.

You may download our master conference schedule for the entire academic year on the Information for Residents page.