This elective is designed to give students an introduction to orthopaedic surgery and the diagnosis and treatment of the musculoskeletal system. It is taught by senior faculty in the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. The sessions will consist of problem based case presentations via a Socratic interactive dialogue between faculty and students. Students will be exposed to various aspects of orthopaedic surgery including general orthopaedics, total joints, sports medicine, pediatrics, trauma, oncology, hand, spine and foot/ankle. There will be no written or oral examinations. Pass/fail grades will be based upon class attendance, class participation, and oral student presentations.
J. Ollie Edmunds, Jr., MD and Raoul P. Rodriguez, MD, Course Directors
Phone: (504) 558-0103
Fax: (504) 558-0106
Grading Policy: Pass/Fail
Enrollment: Elective is open to T1s only. Up to 30 T-1 students can be accommodated. Students will meet in room 2115 on the following three dates for Session 3:
Friday, January 10, 2014
Friday, January 17, 2014
Friday, January 24, 2014
Number of students: 2 minimum; 30 maximum
Time of course: 1-3 p.m. Fridays
The pre-clinical student is given an introduction to the basics of Orthopaedic Surgical Science including basic surgical skills, principles and opportunities for career development.
The course is a preceptorship with role-model orthopaedic surgeons to provide personalized instruction, teaching, and mentoring through experience in the operating room, clinic office, conferences, rounds and professional association. Subspecialties include Foot and Ankle Surgery, Total Joint Surgery, and Sports Medicine. This elective is split into 3 subspecialties. You will spend 11 days on each rotation. The pre-clinical student is given an introduction to the basics of Orthopaedic Surgical Science including basic surgical skills, principles and opportunities for career development.
Faculty: Dr. Ramon Rodriguez, Dr. Fernando Sanchez, Dr. Wade Van Sice
Grading Policy: Pass/Fail. Evaluation will be based upon participation by students through oral communication with the faculty complimented by brief oral examination.
Enrollment: Elective is open to T1s and T2s. Up to 6 students will be accommodated.
Number of students: 6 maximum
Sessions Offered: 3,4
Time of course: 7 hours / week (to be individually arranged)
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