Residents have multiple opportunities for involvement in orthopaedics

By CPT Chad Krueger, MD, and CPT Daniel J. Stinner, MD

Be the voice they want to hear

Orthopaedics is providing residents more opportunities for professional development, as the AAOS and other societies enable more residents to take active roles in their organizations, including specifying resident positions on committees and councils. As David Teuscher, MD, chair of the AAOS Board of Councilors, said, “Residents are the future of our profession, so it is critical that they learn the traditions of our organizations and the craft of representing our peers.”

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