Emerging Orthopaedic Surgeons: Medical Students, Residents, and Fellows

Goals and Objectives:

This community group of the ORS aims to connect young and future clinicians, including medical students pursuing a career in orthopedic surgery and current resident physicians. Particularly, we hope to connect student members and post-graduate trainee members that are interested in orthopaedic and musculoskeletal research. We believe that it’s never too early to begin building relationships with our future physician colleagues. We hope to utilize the robust network of the ORS to build relationships with our colleagues across the globe. An opportunity to create a collaborative online community and the potential to have a dedicated space at the ORS annual meeting will surely aid in making all of us better physician scholars and lifelong learners.

Community Networks give ORS members of all different backgrounds, career levels, and experiences a way to connect with each other. Community Networks are self-identified, organically established communities offering opportunities for members to connect with each other, share experiences, and form life-long friendships and collaborations.

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