Adding more to your plate

By Daniel J. Stinner, MD, and Brendan D. Masini, MD

A resident perspective on research

Evidence-based medicine is important to orthopaedics not only because it supports improved outcomes for patients, but also because it will be the basis for compensation incentives and may be critical in a litigation scenario. Being part of the research process that leads to evidence-based treatment protocols should be important to surgeons and residents alike.

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