Workshop held in November 2005, manuscripts published inClinical Orthopaedics and Related Research® (CORR) in August 2006

Issue Table of Contents

C.T. Brighton-ABJS Workshop on Orthopaedic Education – Editorial Comment

The Classic – Editorial – Development of Certification in Hand Surgery

The Classic – Fifty Years of the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery

The Evolving Structure of Orthopaedic Residency Education

What We Don’t Know We Are Teaching – Unveiling the Hidden Curriculum

Professionalism and Virtues

Self-assessment, Self-direction, and the Self-regulating Professional

Resident Selection – A Key to the Future of Orthopaedics

Resident Selection and Predictors of Performance – Can We Be Evidence Based?

A Quantitative Composite Scoring Tool for Orthopaedic Residency Screening and Selection

Interview, Dean’s Letter, and Affective Domain Issues

Predicting the Technical Competence of Surgical Residents

The Environment of the Successful Clinician-Scientist

Continuing Competence in Orthopaedics – The Future of Recertification

Funding the Mandate for the Orthopaedic Clinician Scientist

The Need for Research Training in Orthopaedic Residency Education

An Elective Research Year in Orthopaedic Residency – How Does One Measure Its Outcome and Define Its Success?

The Required Research Rotation in Residency – The University of Pennsylvania Experience, 1978-1993

Factors in Optimizing the Learning Environment for Surgical Training

Teaching Technical Skills to Surgical Residents – A Survey of Empirical Research

When Policy Meets Physiology – The Challenge of Reducing Resident Work Hours

The Effect of Work Hour Restrictions on the Education of Orthopaedic Surgery Residents

Effect of Duty Hours Standards on Burnout in Orthopaedic Surgery Residents

The 80-Hour Duty Week – Rationale, Early Attitudes, and Future Questions

Mentoring During Residency Education – A Unique Challenge for the Surgeon?

Recertification – History of ABOS Efforts

ABMS’ Maintenance of Certification – The Challenge of Continuing Competence

Institutional Barriers to the Clinician-Scientist

Subspecialty Certification in Hand Surgery