Resident Orthopaedic Core Knowledge
AAOS Resident Orthopaedic Core Knowledge Program – Coming Soon!
The AAOS Resident Orthopaedic Core Knowledge Program (ROCK) is an all-new, dynamic, and engaging resident learning environment. It is designed to empower residents with core foundational knowledge aligned to their individual needs, while resident program directors will have the flexibility to incorporate content at the depth, breadth, and timing necessary to achieve their program’s specific goals.
The end result is an in-depth learning resource for residents. Everything they need to pass their Boards, feel confident in their Orthopaedic In-Training Examination (OITE) scores, and be a well-rounded orthopaedic surgeon is included in this program.
And for the first time, program directors will gain a data-based understanding into how residents are spending their time on independent learning, providing an added tool to coach their residents more effectively.
Course content is delivered in two formats: bullet points for quick study and an in-depth exploration of the content in longform paragraph format.
- 549 Total Chapters
- 11 Subspecialty Areas
- 500+ Authors
- 90 Section Editors
- 22 Subspecialty Editors
- 1,000+ Full-Text Journal Articles
- 1,000+ Full Text Chapters
- 500 Videos
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Announcing the Winner of the “Name the Resident Curriculum Contest”
Congratulations to Sarah Fogleman, MD, from the Naval Medical Center in San Diego! She submitted the winning entry in our Name the Resident Curriculum Contest.
And the winning name is . . .Resident Orthopaedic Core Knowledge (ROCK). As the winner, Dr. Fogleman and nine additional residents from this program will receive an expenses-paid trip to the 2022 AAOS Annual Meeting.