AAOS One-Day Part II Board Preparation and Review
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Focus your preparation and gain confidence for the 2020 oral examination
Spend a virtual day with Board Certified Academy Fellows to practice and build plans for your successful case presentation and defense. Understand Part II exam expectations through:
- Video examples of case presentations
- Discussion with questions and answers
- Faculty instruction on case presentation
- Tips on presenting complication cases
Attend as an Observer!
Observing participants sit in on the overview lectures and watch as peers present real patient cases in simulated mock oral sessions. All mock interviews will take place via video conferencing, where you can join the virtual presentations rooms to listen to feedback and faculty critique, and observe various questioning styles. Make note of common mistakes and formulate ways to avoid trouble to guide your own collection and preparation year.
The observer option is also great for those who aren’t ready to present their cases, or are not taking Part II in 2020.
Optional Add-On: One-to-One Consultation Sessions
SESSIONS SOLD OUT
For an additional fee, register for one 20-minute personalized session with a faculty member to ask additional questions beyond your presentation session to further improve your presentation and defense.
- Session 1 runs from 3:30pm – 3:50 pm
- Session 2 runs from 4:05pm – 4:25pm
As the capacity for each session is very limited, registration is limited to one consultation slot per registrant.
Registration options for these sessions are shown during the check-out process and have an additional fee of $199.
Anish R. Kadakia, MD, FAAOS
Vineeta T. Swaroop, MD, FAAOS
Room Selection for Presenting Participants
After registering, you will receive a link to indicate your preferred specialty-focused presentation room.
Available Specialty: Foot & Ankle/Trauma 1 Spot Remains!
Sold Out Specialties:
Room Selection for Observing Participants
After registering, you will receive an email to indicate your specialty room preference for initial case observation. Observing participants can switch specialty rooms twice throughout the course to experience various questioning styles and feedback.
AAOS Member, Candidate Member, Associate Member, International Member
Orthopaedic Resident, Post-Residency in Fellowship, U.S. Military
Nonmember Orthopaedic Surgeon, International Nonmember, Other Physician Non-MD Practitioner, Non-Physician
View the courses cancellation policy here.