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The current curriculum consists of:
1) Didactic teaching material (peer-reviewed publications, powerpoint educational presentations, and technique videos) provided at the beginning of each clinical rotation
2) Beginning of rotation “bootcamp,” in which trainees learn techniques related to fracture reduction, cast application and removal, arthroscopic knot tying, supracondylar humerus fracture pinning, and fixation of slipped capital femoral epiphysis
3) Opportunities to practice skills in the main OR simulation suite
4) End of rotation “final assessment,” in which trainees may demonstrate competency and proficiency, using objective standardized assessments of technical skills (OSATS)
5) Ongoing research regarding the effect of simulation on value-based orthopaedic care
Format: 4 hours
Venue: Main OR Sim Suite (In-Situ)
Frequency: 4-6 times per year
Participants: Rotating PGY-3 orthopaedic surgery residents and medical students
Expertise Level: Novice- Intermediate
Course Leader: Donald S. Bae, MD
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