There are still rooms available within the AAOS block at the Westin for this course at a rate of $259 per night plus tax. Please contact the course coordinator, Amber Schroeder, at 847/384-4077 for assistance in making your housing reservation through 12 noon on Friday, October 27th.
Directors: O. Alton Barron, MD and Albert J. Aboulafia, MD
A key component of your MOC plan - Guarantee to Pass!*
Prepare for the last step in your MOC process with this review of the advances across the orthopaedic specialties. Gain the confidence and review materials you need to pass your MOC exam...the first time. Your faculty deliver evidence-based, content-intensive lectures to prepare you for the upcoming ABOS General Clinical Recertification Exam.
Over 30% of your time is spent on self-assessment questions using an audience response system with immediate faculty review and comment.
Now offering three specialty-focused courses to prepare you for the ABOS Practice-Profiled Recertification Exams
Foot & Ankle, Course #3078, November 2
Adult Reconstruction, Course #3088, November 3
Spine, Course #3079, November 4
Focus on advances across the orthopaedic specialties, management options for reconstructive and traumatic musculoskeletal conditions, and “check-up” on your knowledge in every area of orthopaedics. Your faculty uses and references AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review 2, Orthopaedic Knowledge Update, JAAOS, and other orthopaedic evidence-based literature as a basis for the lectures.
Exclusive post-course study resources!
• Content-packed electronic and print syllabus available with course registration
• 400+ take-home questions reviewed during the course with answers, discussion, and reading recommendations
• Select course faculty presentations for additional high-yield review
• 90 minute on-demand webinar on test-taking strategies
At the conclusion of this course, learners should be able to:
• Interpret current clinical, laboratory, and diagnostic imaging studies for musculoskeletal conditions
• Demonstrate clinical decision-making skills in pediatric and adult musculoskeletal disorders
• Differentiate between current operative and non-operative treatment strategies for a wide spectrum of adult and pediatric, upper and lower extremity, and traumatic and non-traumatic orthopaedic conditions
• Apply evidence-based orthopaedic literature to your practice concerning a wide array of common musculoskeletal conditions in children and adults
*Diplomates who do not pass the written exam are able to take the course at no charge the following year.