The Resident Review

5/8/2021  |  by Craig Louer, MD

5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of a Conference

I have always enjoyed the conference experience. While meetings can be exhausting, I usually return to my institution feeling reinvigorated and with new ideas for improving clinical and research programs. Keys to success at conferences certainly varies for each individual, but the following 5 tips should be a good starting point!

2/24/2021  |  by Dan Miller, MD

5 Tips for Putting Together Your Fellowship Rank List

Congratulations! You have made it through all your fellowship interviews.
Hopefully, you were able to get a good feel for different programs and are more excited than ever to pursue your dream specialty. Now comes the very exciting (and difficult) task of putting your rank-list together. 
Here are 5 tips to consider when you are putting together your rank list for fellowship.  

10/27/2020  |  by Chris Souder, MD

5 Tips on Preoperative Planning for Lower Extremity Deformity Correction

Lower extremity deformities are common presentations in orthopaedic clinics. In order to properly treat these cases, the surgeon must be able to accurately assess the deformity. Lower extremity deformity analysis consists of a methodical assessment of the limb from hip through the foot. This process begins with a thorough history and physical exam. After this, the surgeon must be able to accurately assess radiographs in order to determine the location of deformity and to guide surgical planning. This article will provide a brief introduction to this process.

7/7/2020  |  by POSNA

Resident Master Series

The Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) invites you to participate in the Resident Master Series. This virtual symposium chooses one topic to explore with four lectures by experts in the field. The symposium culminates with a live 20-minute moderated panel discussion during an online event that will allow trainees to observe a panel debate among the experts centered around challenging cases and treatment dilemmas.

7/6/2020  |  by Craig Louer, MD, POSNA Resident Communications Committee

5 Things to Know to Help Understand Pediatric Pelvic Osteotomies

Osteotomies of the pelvis are a useful tool for addressing hip pathology in many pediatric conditions.  There are many different types of osteotomies with some known by eponyms and others with regional variation in the technique—leading to lots of confusion over terminology for surgeons and surgeons-in-training alike!
Here are 5 things to know to help understand Pediatric Pelvic Osteotomies

6/10/2020  |  by The University of Maryland Department of Orthopaedics

Pediatric Orthopaedic Webinars for Residents and Fellows

The University of Maryland Department of Orthopaedics is offering free weekly, educational webinars for residents, fellows and advanced practice providers to facilitate ongoing education during the COVID-19 crisis.

5/22/2020  |  by Allen Kadado, MD, POSNA Resident Communications Committee

5 Tips for Residents on International Orthopaedic Outreach Trips

Recently, I traveled to Cali, Colombia with a group of 22 medical professionals to serve children in need of pediatric orthopaedic care. As one of two orthopaedic surgery residents on the trip, I want to share 5 tips to help you plan and get the most out of your own orthopaedic global outreach trip.

5/4/2020  |  by Marcella R. Woiczik, M.D., POSNA Resident Communications Committee; Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon and Pediatric Orthopaedic Fellowship Director - University of Utah

5 Things to Know Before You Take Your First Job

This time of year, many residents and fellows are in the midst of the job hunt. Here are five key things to consider before signing your first contract. 

4/23/2020  |  by Moderator: Joshua Abzug, MD, University of Maryland School of Medicine

AAHS Webinar: Congenital Upper Extremity Conditions

The AAHS is offering FREE weekly, educational webinars for residents and fellows to facilitate ongoing education during the COVID-19 crisis. The next webinar will take place Sunday, April 26, 2020 from 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM Eastern Time. 

4/15/2020  |  by Jaclyn Hill, MD, POSNA Resident Communications Committee

5 Tips for Evaluating the Limping Child

A limping child can be one of the most stressful diagnostic dilemmas in clinical practice. While many conditions that produce a limp are fleeting and/or benign, you don’t want to miss some serious conditions that may have major consequences if diagnosis is delayed.  

Here are 5 tips to consider when evaluating the limping child either in the outpatient or emergency department setting.