Economy is changing education needs

By Mary Ann Porucznik

One orthopaedist’s top 10 reasons for changing medical education

Orthopaedic education is changing. Technology, economics, Maintenance of Certification™ (MOC), and practice patterns are forcing changes—not only in what is taught, but also in how it’s taught. At the 2009 Fall Meeting of the Board of Councilors (BOC)/Board of Specialty Societies, BOC Chair-Elect Richard J. Barry, MD, outlined his top 10 reasons for changing the way the AAOS does continuing medical education.

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