Orthopaedic Surgery Medical Education

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Orthopaedic Surgery Medical Education

The Division of Orthopaedic Surgery at Children’s Mercy Hospital is committed to providing the highest education in pediatric musculoskeletal medicine to its trainees. Orthopaedic residents, pediatric emergency room fellows, pediatric residents, medical students and nurse practitioners participate in this educational program. 

Orthopaedic Residency Training

Training of orthopaedic residents from ACGME-accredited residencies features three-month rotations during the second and third year of orthopaedic residency. The rotations are designed to train residents in providing care for patients with musculoskeletal conditions. 

Summer Scholar Program

Children’s Mercy has funded two scholarships for students to do research with orthopaedic staff and faculty. The purpose of this program is to address important questions that affect the health of Children’s Mercy patients and to introduce promising students to the fields of pediatric orthopaedics and pediatric rehabilitation.
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Other Educational Opportunities

 

Annual Rex and Lillian Diveley Lectureship

This event takes place in the fall and features a well-known pediatric orthopaedic surgeon as our visiting professor.

Pediatric Grand Rounds

Each month our faculty presents two hours of accredited CME lectures covering a two-year cycle of core curriculum.
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Research Activities

The Division has an active clinical research program in which medical students and residents are encouraged to participate.

Spine Symposia

This events takes place three times a year and brings together professionals from different disciplines to discuss new and controversial aspects of spinal care in children.

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