OSI students introduced to orthopaedic research

By Maureen Leahy

Summer program promotes orthopaedics to minority students

“Research does more than advance medical care for patients,” Charles L. Nelson, MD, told participants of the Orthopaedic Summer Internship (OSI) orientation held at AAOS headquarters in May. “It helps providers develop critical thinking skills, enhances opportunities for advancement, and can lead to improvements in other fields.”

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