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The best Internet resource you've never used

By: John Sarwark, MD

By John Sarwark, MD

Are you looking for review materials as you prepare and study for your Board exams or for your Orthopaedic In-Training Exam? Do you need online continuing medical education (CME) opportunities? Would you like to review a procedure video as you prepare for surgery?

Look no further than Orthopaedic Knowledge Online (OKO)—the best Internet resource you’ve never used. OKO (www.aaos.org/oko) has many authoritative, educational resources for junior and senior residents as well as AAOS fellows. It’s all free and available now online. OKO has it all!

Under “Orthopedic Review,” OKO now has summaries—in bullet-question format—for Orthopaedic Knowledge Update (OKU) 7and OKU 8.Give them a try.

High traffic and hits to the site indicate its interest and usefulness for many residents, particularly during peak preparation periods like Fall.

And, soon to be released, OKO will have previous section-editable OITE questions online, for easy access and review.

Don’t forget to visit OKO for CME, in-depth topics—including video—and lectures. One portal is all you need— http://www.aaos.org/okoj/

John Sarwark, MD, is an associate editor for Orthopaedic Knowledge Online.

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