AAOS MOC and General Orthopaedic Review Course
Refresh your knowledge on advances across all areas of orthopaedics
Whether you're preparing for the MOC recertification exam or are looking for a general review on the latest orthopaedic advances, your one-stop-shop is here!
Build your confidence and review the content you need to pass your MOC exam with this virtual preparation package. Your faculty are set to deliver evidence-based, content-packed lectures structured around the testable material you need to know. Prepare to pass and “check-up” on your current knowledge and recent advances in every area of orthopaedics.
Taking place more than two months before the exam window closes, you can establish your preparation baseline, identify areas for further improvement, and sharpen your study plan. Take advantage of virtual face-time and Q&A discussion with speakers to ask follow-up questions and get clarification on challenging topics.
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“This was one of the best CME courses that I’ve attended – it was direct, no nonsense and very valuable."
- Course Attendee
A Virtual Experience
This virtual course has been redesigned for convenient, continuous review, with online materials delivered in three phases:
- June 15: Access Pre-Recorded Lectures in Advance
Jump-start your review with pre-recorded lectures covering the testable topics, test-taking strategies, and mock exam questions review - all accessible at your convenience.
- July 14 - 15: Live-Streamed Lectures
Tune in for live, deep-dive, high-yield review lectures covering the key take-home points for each specialty area. Faculty re-cap the most important testable facts and concepts. Review mock exam questions and participate in interactive Q&A with expert faculty.
- Post-Course – October 31: Continue Your Review
Build on your progress and review all lectures until the exam! Content is available through October 31, 2023. Log in to the online portal at your convenience, whether you have time for a quick lecture, or prefer to dedicate a day to review.
Continue your review with self-assessment questions
- Included with course registration: MOC Mock Exam
62-question multiple-choice exam with discussion and recommended readings
- Available for purchase: OrthoWizard
Continue your review with access to 2,100+ AAOS self-assessment questions on OrthoWizard. Learn more and purchase.
Albert J. Aboulafia, MD, FAAOS (Oncology)
Associate Professor Orthopaedic Surgery at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine
David P. Gurd, MD, FAAOS (Pediatrics)
O. Alton Barron, MD, FAAOS (Elbow)
Eric W. Carson, MD, FAAOS (Sports Knee)
Anna Cohen-Rosenbaum, MD, FAAOS (Arthroplasty)
John J. Grayhack (Pediatrics)
Steven L. Haddad, MD, FAAOS (Foot & Ankle)
Amit Jain, MD, MBA, FAAOS, FACS (Basic Science)
A. Jay Khanna, MD, FAAOS (Spine)
Bryan T. Leek, MD, FAAOS
Youssra Marjoua, MD (Hand & Upper Extremity)
Christopher W. Olcott, MD, FAAOS (Arthroplasty)
Robert V. O'Toole, MD, FAAOS (Trauma)
Matthew D. Saltzman, MD, FAAOS (Sports Elbow)
Matthew T. Wallace, MD, , MBA, FAAOS (Oncology)
John J. Wixted, MD, FAAOS (Trauma)
AAOS Member, Candidate Member, Associate Member, International Member
Orthopaedic Resident, Post-Residency in Fellowship, Military
AAOS Emeritus Member
Nonmember, International Nonmember, Other Physician, Non-MD Practitioner, Non-Physician
Nurse, Allied Health, Nonmember PA
Add the Course Recording for Only $399! Earn 27 Additional CME Credits.
Supplement your notes, hear it all again for improved retention, and earn 27 additonal CME! This self-directed web-based program lets you engage at your convenience across your devices.
Select the "Course Plus OnDemand Access" option during registration. Product will be available 60 days following the course.
Note: Course attendees will have access to the live course content for 60 days.