Other Resources

Each resident receives from The Department of Orthopaedic Surgery:

  1. Textbooks –
    • Atlas of Orthopaedic Pathology – Wold, McLeod, etc. published by Saunders
    • AAOS Comprehensive Orthopaedic Review
    • AAOS Orthopaedic Basic Science: Foundations of Clinical Practice
    • AAOS Orthopaedic Knowledge Update
    • Skeletal Trauma – 3rd Edition, 3 Volume, published by Saunders
    • Surgical Exposures in Orthopaedics by Stanley Hoppenfeld
    • Miller’s Review of Orthopaedics by Mark D. Miller
  2. iPad with access to online library resources, including PubMed and Ovid
  3. Dropbox subscription
  4. Electronic subscriptions to orthopaedic journals, JBJS and JAAOS
  5. AAOS ResStudy Subscription with access to AAOS Special Interest Examinations
  6. Lead aprons
  7. Loupes (partial reimbursement)
  8. 50% reimbursement to attend educational conference during PGY 3 and PGY 4 years
  9. 100% reimbursement to attend an educational conference if accepted for a poster or presentation
  10. 100% reimbursement for PGY 2 to attend the AO Basic Resident Course
  11. 50% reimbursement for PGY 5 to attend the AAOS Board Review Course
  12. 100% reimbursement for PGY 5 to attend the AAOS Annual Meeting
  13. Locked Locker, mail slot, and secured locked mailbox
  14. Basic science research support in the form of internal and external grants and/or donations
  15. Meal cards for each day on-call
  16. Departmental personalized, embroidered white coats and laundering service
  17. Free facility parking
  18. Pagers
  19. Lead lined protective eyeglasses (partial reimbursement)

Each resident receives from Medical College Affiliated Hospitals (MCWAH):

  1. $1,500 educational funds to defray the cost of licenses and books