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This course will provide a unique resource for the ORS community to help enhance the quality and number of orthopaedic and musculoskeletal related research publications. The curriculum will serve PhD candidates, medical students, postdoctoral fellows, orthopaedic residents, orthopaedic fellows, and beginning basic, translational, and clinical, and industry researchers (no matter what degree).
The online portion of the course consists of 8 learning modules for a total of 9 hours of learning covering the basics for writing a compelling grant application.
This course consists of 9 learning modules for a total of 10 hours of learning and will provide trainees with a foundation to assess and interpret the available orthopaedic literature, and to participate in the scientific progress by providing you with the tools you will need to initiate new or contribute to existing clinical research programs.
The ORS Orthopaedic Basic Science Course will explain the science behind the decisions, treatments and procedures that are performed in practice every day. Understanding the science behind clinical decisions is important as we strive to improve patient care.
These programs, offered during the ORS 2021 Annual Meeting, were co-organized by the ORS Industry Engagement Committee and the ORS Innovation & Commercialization Network. These programs are complimentary to view after completing the registration form.
The LearnORS Residency Bundle
The carefully curated LearnORS Residency Bundle is designed to help residency programs meet educational requirements and provides certificates to trainees to encourage their growth and development. This bulk online educational resource provides residency programs with discount access to all LearnORS courses for all residents in their program and distributes licenses appropriately at each training level.