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  • Daily emails start the day after you pay. You can still finish on time by visiting the "catch up page"! (see FAQs)
  • 85-Day Study Plan
  • 335 essential orthopaedic topics
  • 4 topics/day
  • 10 diagnostic Milestone Exams
  • 500+ questions not available in the Free Qbank
  • 16 Review Webinars w/ expert faculty and Core Tests

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Study Plan Details
  • The 2017 OITE 85-Day Study Plan is designed to prepare residents for the 2017 AAOS OITE.
    • 85 daily study plan emails will be sent starting the day after you pay. The OITE is on November 11th; so be sure to purchase more than 85 days before the exam. 

  • The OITE 85--Day Study Plan consists of: 

    • Daily Emails reviewing 335 Essential Orthopaedic Topics
      • By registering for the 2017 OITE 85-Day Study Plan you will automatically receive a daily email telling you exactly what topics to review and what questions to do.
      • 335 essential orthopaedic topics covering trauma, spine, sports, pediatrics, adult recon, hand, foot & ankle, pathology, and basic science have been carefully selected to prepare you for the OITE. This is an extended "Cram" Plan, so while it will cover the most frequently tested topics, there is the chance questions will appear that were not covered in this study plan.
      • A frequently-tested article will be included in the daily email.

    • 9 Timed-Scored Specialty Exams (50 Questions each)
      • After daily study plan emails for a specific specialty have been completed, take the timed specialty exams. This will help reinforce your knowledge.
      • Watch exam review webinar that discuss which answers are correct and why.

    • Timed-Scored Mock Exams with Never-Been-Seen Questions
      • By registering for this study plan you will have access to all Milestone Mock Exams. Therefore you will have access to 500+ questions that are not available in the free Qbank.

    • 12 Month Access to the Virtual Curriculum
      • By registering for this study plan, you automatically have 12 month access to this Study Plan and all of the premium content included in the Virtual Curriculum.

Review Webinars
   


ACETABULAR FX & HIP DISLOCATIONS
2017 Core Curriculum Webinars

Ben Taylor, MD
Grant Medical Center, Ohio
Joaquin Castaneda, MD
Grant Medical Center, Ohio
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

 

     


ELBOW FRACTURES & DISLOCATIONS
ASES Shoulder &u Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #6
Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD 
Mayo Clinic
Mark S. Cohen, M.D.  
Rush University
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     
 
SHOULDER ARTHRITIS & ARTHROPLASTY
ASES Shoulder & Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #5
William N. Levine, MD
NYP/Columbia University Orthopedic Surgery
Anthony Romeo, MD
Rush University Medical Center
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     


ELBOW ARTHRITIS & ARTHROPLASTY
ASES Shoulder & Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #4
Felix H. "Buddy" Savoie III, MD
Tulane University
Matthew L. Ramsey, MD
Rothman Institute / Thomas Jefferson University
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     
 
ELBOW PAIN IN ATHLETES
ASES Shoulder & Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #3
Christopher S. Ahmad, MD
Columbia University
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video  


     
     

SHOULDER INSTABILITY
ASES Shoulder & Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #2
Anthony Romeo, MD
Rush University Medical Center
Matthew T. Provencher, MD CAPT MC USNR
The Steadman Clinic
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     

IMPINGEMENT & ROTATOR CUFF PATHOLOGY
ASES Shoulder & Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars

Module #1
William N. Levine, MD
NYP/Columbia University Orthopedic Surgery
Jay Keener, MD
Washington University Orthopedics
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     

TKA COMPLICATIONS & REVISION
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series

Module #8
Thomas Sculco, MD
Emeritus Hospital for Special Surgery, NY
Matt Austin, MD
Rothman Institute, PA
David Lewallen, MD
Mayo Clinic, MN
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video  

     

TKA PRIMARY TECHNIQUES
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series

Module #7
Michael Bolognesi, MD
Duke Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine
Doug Dennis, MD
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Ron Delanois, MD
Lifebridge Health
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 
 
     

KNEE CONDITIONS & PRESERVATION
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series
Module #6
Mark Pagnano, MD
Mayo Clinic
C. Lowry Barnes, MD
University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences
Raymond Kim, MD
The Steadman Clinic, Vail, CO
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 
 
     

THA COMPLICATIONS & TECHNIQUES
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series

Module #5
Daniel Berry, MD
Mayo Clinic
Wayne G. Paprosky, MD
Rush University Medical Center
William Barrett, MD
Proliance Orthopaedic Associates, Renton, WA
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video  

     

PRIMARY THA TECHNIQUES
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series
Module #4
Harry Rubash, MD
Harvard Medical School
William Griffin, MD
OrthoCarolina Hip & Knee Center
Doug Padgett, MD
Weill Cornell Medical College
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 
 
     

HIP CONDITIONS & PRESERVATION
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series
Module #3
John Clohisy, MD
Washington University School of Medicine
William Jiranek, MD
Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine 
Bohannon Mason, MD
OrthoCarolina, Hip & Knee Center
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

 

     

RECON CLINICAL CONDITIONS
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series
Module #2
Adolph Yates, MD
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Greg Polkowski, MD, Msc
Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Institute
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video  

     
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<p><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/trauma_2.jpg" alt="" width="107" height="28" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong>ACETABULAR FX &amp; HIP DISLOCATIONS</strong><br />2017 Core Curriculum Webinars</span><em style="font-size: medium;"><br /></em>Ben Taylor, MD<br />Grant Medical Center, Ohio<br />Joaquin Castaneda, MD<br />Grant Medical Center, Ohio<br /><em style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: small;"><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /></span></em><a href="/video/view?id=1796">Link to Video</a></p>
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<td><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/trauma_2.jpg" alt="" width="107" height="28" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong>ELBOW FRACTURES &amp; DISLOCATIONS</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp;u Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #6<br /></em>Joaquin Sanchez-Sotelo, MD <br />Mayo Clinic<br style="font-size: medium;" />Mark S. Cohen, M.D. &nbsp;<br />Rush University<em><br /></em><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only<br /></em><a href="/video/view?id=1795">Link to Video</a></td>
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<td style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;<img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder_arthritis_400.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="235" /></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder___elbow.jpg" alt="" width="172" height="21" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong>SHOULDER ARTHRITIS &amp; ARTHROPLASTY</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp; Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #5<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">William N. Levine, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">NYP/Columbia University Orthopedic Surgery</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Anthony Romeo, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em>Rush University Medical Center<br /></em><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only<br /></em><a href="/video/view?id=1792">Link to Video</a><br /></td>
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<td style="text-align: center;"><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/elbow_athritis_thumbnail.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="224" /><br /></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder___elbow.jpg" alt="" width="172" height="21" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong>ELBOW ARTHRITIS &amp; ARTHROPLASTY</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp; Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #4</em><br style="font-size: medium;" />Felix H. "Buddy" Savoie III, MD<br style="font-size: medium;" /><em>Tulane University</em><br />Matthew L. Ramsey, MD<br /><em>Rothman Institute / Thomas Jefferson University</em><br /><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only<br /></em><a href="/video/view?id=1790">Link to Video</a></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder___elbow.jpg" alt="" width="172" height="21" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">ELBOW PAIN IN ATHLETES</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp; Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #3</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Christopher S. Ahmad, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em>Columbia University<br /></em><em style="font-size: medium;"><span style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</span><br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;"><a href="/video/view?id=1788">Link to Video</a>&nbsp;</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><br /></td>
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<td style="text-align: center;"><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder_instability.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="229" /></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder___elbow.jpg" alt="" width="172" height="21" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">SHOULDER INSTABILITY</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp; Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #2</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Anthony Romeo, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em>Rush University Medical Center</em><br style="font-size: medium;" />Matthew T. Provencher, MD CAPT MC USNR<br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">The Steadman Clinic<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1784">Link to Video</a></td>
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<td style="text-align: center;"><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/webinar__1_thumbnail_2.jpg" alt="" width="400" height="258" /></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/shoulder___elbow.jpg" alt="" width="172" height="21" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">IMPINGEMENT &amp; ROTATOR CUFF PATHOLOGY</strong><br />ASES Shoulder &amp; Elbow Core Curriculum Webinars</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #1</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">William N. Levine, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">NYP/Columbia University Orthopedic Surgery</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Jay Keener, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Washington University Orthopedics<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1779">Link to Video</a></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">TKA COMPLICATIONS &amp; REVISION</strong><br />AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #8</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Thomas Sculco, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Emeritus Hospital for Special Surgery, NY</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Matt Austin, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Rothman Institute, PA<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">David Lewallen, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Mayo Clinic, MN<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1652">Link to Video</a><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">TKA PRIMARY TECHNIQUES</strong><br />AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #7</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Michael Bolognesi, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Duke Orthopaedics &amp; Sports Medicine</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Doug Dennis, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">University of Colorado School of Medicine<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Ron Delanois, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Lifebridge Health<br /><span style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</span><br /></em><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1651">Link to Video</a><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><strong style="font-size: medium;">KNEE CONDITIONS &amp; PRESERVATION<br /></strong><span style="font-size: medium;">AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #6</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Mark Pagnano, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Mayo Clinic</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">C. Lowry Barnes, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Raymond Kim, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">The Steadman Clinic, Vail, CO<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;"><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /></span><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1640">Link to Video</a><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><strong style="font-size: medium;">PRIMARY THA TECHNIQUES<br /></strong><span style="font-size: medium;">AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #4</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Harry Rubash, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Harvard Medical School</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">William Griffin, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">OrthoCarolina Hip &amp; Knee Center<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;">Doug Padgett, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Weill Cornell Medical College<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;"><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /></span><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1580">Link to Video</a><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></td>
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<p><span style="font-size: medium;"><img src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br /><strong>HIP CONDITIONS &amp; PRESERVATION<br /></strong><span style="font-size: medium;">AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #3</em><br />John Clohisy, MD<br /><em>Washington University School of Medicine</em><br />William Jiranek, MD<br /><em>Virginia Commonwealth University School of Medicine</em>&nbsp;<br />Bohannon Mason, MD<br /><em><em>OrthoCarolina, Hip &amp; Knee Center<br /></em></em><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /><a href="/video/view?id=1578">Link to Video</a></span></p>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><strong style="font-size: medium;">RECON CLINICAL CONDITIONS<br /></strong><span style="font-size: medium;">AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #2</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Adolph Yates, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">University of Pittsburgh Medical Center</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Greg Polkowski, MD, Msc</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Vanderbilt Orthopaedic Institute<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;"><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /></span><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1574">Link to Video</a><span style="font-size: medium;">&nbsp;</span></td>
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<td valign="top"><img style="font-size: medium;" src="https://upload.orthobullets.com/topic/12734/images/recon.jpg" alt="" width="82" height="25" /><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong style="font-size: medium;">RECON BASIC SCIENCE</strong><br />AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Module #1</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Javad Parvizi, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">Jefferson Medical College</em><br style="font-size: medium;" /><span style="font-size: medium;">Adolph Yates, MD</span><br style="font-size: medium;" /><em style="font-size: medium;">University of Pittsburgh&nbsp;<br /></em><span style="font-size: medium;"><em style="font-size: medium;">Status: Posted Online | Subscription only</em><br /></span><a style="font-size: medium;" href="/video/view?id=1572">Link to Video</a></td>
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<td style="background-color: #395685; text-align: center;" colspan="3"><span style="color: #ffffff;"><span style="font-size: x-large;">Core Webinar Details</span></span></td>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Target Audience</span> 
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<li>these are didactic lecture designed for residents and surgeons who want to improve their foundation of knowledge and/or prepare for board certification exams. &nbsp;</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Educational Objective</span> 
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<li>these webinars are designed to lay down a foundation of medical knowledge. They will cover the basic science, presentation, imaging, treatment, and techniques related to core orthopaedic topics.&nbsp;</li>
<li>webinars will be a high-yield review and work under the assumption that the learner has already read the topics on orthobullets and completed the pre-Webinar exam. All content on the slides is identicle to content on the orthobullets website.</li>
<li>webinars are not a comprehensive review of the topics, do not go into surgeon-level technical detail on the procedures, and are not intended to review current practice or controversies in the field. &nbsp;</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Education Format</span> 
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<li>our webinars will follow a Question-Topic-Question learning format.&nbsp;</li>
<li>it is important that you complete the pre-Webinar Exam prior to the webinar. You must be a PASS, Study Plan, or Virtual Curriculum member to have access to the exam questions.</li>
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<li>it is important that you review the topics that are included in the daily emails of the Core Curriculum 365-Day Study plan prior to the webinar.</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Live webinar access</span> 
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<li>live webinars will be free events. The webinar will be limited to the first 500 members and priority will be given to Core Curriculum, PASS, and Virtual curriculum paying members.</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Webinar video recordings</span> 
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<li>webinar video recordings will be posted online 3-10 days after the webinar. Video access will be restricted to PASS, Virtual Curriculum, and Study Plan members.</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Live Webinar Technology</span> 
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<li>our webinars will use the Adobe connect webinar platform. When you click the link to enter the webinar you be prompted to download the adobe connect application. These are listen only webinars for members so you will not need a web cam or microphone on your computer. We support VOIP (voice over internet protocol) only. You will not have an option to call in via a "landline" telephone.</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Live Webinar Format</span> 
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<li>these webinars will follow a "didactic" format.&nbsp;</li>
<li>we will not support a post-webinar Q&amp;A</li>
<li>we will not support a live chat Q&amp;A during the webinar</li>
<li>questions should be posted under the corresponding topics on the orthobullets website and they will be answer over the following day by our team.&nbsp;</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">CME</span> 
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<li>currently CME is not available for these webinars. We are working to add CME.</li>
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<li><span style="color: #395685;">Pre-Webinar exam</span> 
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<li>our pre-Webinar exams contain premium questions from our Virtual Curriculum that are not included in the free Qbank. To access these questions, you must be a paying member in one of the three following ways                                                            
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<li>you must have purchased the Virtual Curriculum in the last 12 months</li>
<li>you must have purchased any study plan in the last 12 months</li>
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<li>your training institution must have purchased PASS</li>
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RECON BASIC SCIENCE
AAHKS Adult Reconstruction Webinar Series

Module #1
Javad Parvizi, MD
Jefferson Medical College
Adolph Yates, MD
University of Pittsburgh 
Status: Posted Online | Subscription only
Link to Video 

     
     
Review Webinars
  • Target Audience
    • these are didactic lecture designed for residents and surgeons who want to improve their foundation of knowledge and/or prepare for board certification exams.  
  • Educational Objective
    • these webinars are designed to lay down a foundation of medical knowledge. They will cover the basic science, presentation, imaging, treatment, and techniques related to core orthopaedic topics. 
    • webinars will be a high-yield review and work under the assumption that the learner has already read the topics on orthobullets and completed the pre-Webinar exam. All content on the slides is identicle to content on the orthobullets website.
    • webinars are not a comprehensive review of the topics, do not go into surgeon-level technical detail on the procedures, and are not intended to review current practice or controversies in the field.  
  • Education Format
    • our webinars will follow a Question-Topic-Question learning format. 
    • it is important that you complete the pre-Webinar Exam prior to the webinar. You must be a PASS, Study Plan, or Virtual Curriculum member to have access to the exam questions.
    • it is important that you review the topics that are included in the daily emails of the Core Curriculum 365-Day Study plan prior to the webinar.
  • Live webinar access
    • live webinars will be free events. The webinar will be limited to the first 500 members and priority will be given to Core Curriculum, PASS, and Virtual curriculum paying members.
  • Webinar video recordings
    • webinar video recordings will be posted online 3-10 days after the webinar. Video access will be restricted to PASS, Virtual Curriculum, and Study Plan members.
  • Live Webinar Technology
    • our webinars will use the Adobe connect webinar platform. When you click the link to enter the webinar you be prompted to download the adobe connect application. These are listen only webinars for members so you will not need a web cam or microphone on your computer. We support VOIP (voice over internet protocol) only. You will not have an option to call in via a "landline" telephone.
  • Live Webinar Format
    • these webinars will follow a "didactic" format. 
    • we will not support a post-webinar Q&A
    • we will not support a live chat Q&A during the webinar
    • questions should be posted under the corresponding topics on the orthobullets website and they will be answer over the following day by our team. 
  • CME
    • currently CME is not available for these webinars. We are working to add CME.
  • Pre-Webinar exam
    • our pre-Webinar exams contain premium questions from our Virtual Curriculum that are not included in the free Qbank. To access these questions, you must be a paying member in one of the three following ways
      • you must have purchased the Virtual Curriculum in the last 12 months
      • you must have purchased any study plan in the last 12 months
      • your training institution must have purchased PASS
 Pricing Options
  • Price for Study Plan Alone
    • $125 gives you access to
      • 85 daily study plan emails
      • Milestone Mock Exams
      • 100 Question 2017 OBTE
      • all premium content that is included in the Virtual Curriculum
      • 16 Review Webinars with Core Tests
    • If you have purchased a Study Plan in the last 12 months you do not need to purchase again. Purchasing any Study Plan gives you a 12 month subscription to the Virtual Curriculum and all Study Plans.
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  • Payment is made on PayPal. 

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  • To view your updated membership status and product purchase history, click Go to Virtual Curriculum Dashboard


 

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