Directors: O. Alton Barron, MD and Albert J. Aboulafia, MD
A key component of your MOC plan
Prepare for the last step in your MOC process with this review of the advances across the orthopaedic specialties. Your faculty deliver evidence-based, content-intensive lectures to prepare you for the upcoming ABOS General Clinical Recertification Exam.
Over 30% of your time is spent on self-assessment questions using an audience response system with immediate faculty review and comment.
Focus on advances across the orthopaedic specialties, management options for reconstructive and traumatic musculoskeletal conditions, assess evidence-based orthopaedic literature, and “check-up” on your knowledge in every area of orthopaedics. Your faculty uses and references AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review 2, Orthopaedic Knowledge Update, JAAOS, and other orthopaedic evidencebased literature as a basis for the lectures.
Exclusive post-course study resources!
• Electronic syllabus available with course registration
• Select course faculty presentations for additional high-yield review
• 400+ take-home questions with answers, discussion, and reading recommendations
• 90 minute on-demand webinar on test-taking strategies
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
• Interpret current clinical, laboratory, and diagnostic imaging studies for musculoskeletal conditions
• Demonstrate clinical decision-making skills in pediatric and adult musculoskeletal disorders
• Differentiate between current operative and non-operative treatment strategies for a wide spectrum of adult and pediatric, upper and lower extremity, and traumatic and non-traumatic orthopaedic conditions
• Apply evidence-based orthopaedic literature to your practice concerning a wide array of common musculoskeletal conditions in children and adults