OrthopaedicsOne Clerkship provides medical students with the basics required for a clerkship rotation in orthopaedic surgery.
Our hope is that it becomes the foundation for a comprehensive peer-reviewed curriculum and learning materials that provide a solid foundation in musculoskeletal (MSK) medicine knowledge appropriate to the core clerkship student.
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Acknowledgement: OrthopaedicsOne Clerkship is based off the Bare Bones and Basic Cracks clerkship manual originally created by Dr. Steve Reed at the University of Toronto and the UWO Orthopaedic Clerkship Manual created by Justin Hodgins at the University of Western Ontario.
A Repository of Teaching Materials for Medical School Courses and Clerkships is available in the OrthopaedicsOne Clerkship workspace.
- Self Study Questions from Penn Med
- MSK Unit Online Modules from Queen's University
- Orthopaedic Residency - How to Get Into a Program and Succeed Once You Are There from NYU-Hospital for Joint Diseases Department of Orthopaedic Surgery