Inside Duke Orthopaedic Residency
Chief Resident Jordan Liles, MD, created the below video to give you an inside look at our residency program. You’ll hear from our chairman, current residents, and faculty about the program, discover why our rotations provide an excellent environment for hands-on learning and you will get an inside look into what makes our residency among the top-ranked programs in the country.
Duke Orthopaedic Surgery Grand Rounds are typically held every Wednesday from 6:30-7:30 a.m., at 311 Trent Drive, Suite 1250. Due to Duke Health recommendations regarding COVID-19, GR are being held virtually until further notice. If you would like to attend available Grand Rounds, please complete this survey so that we can contact you with the link.
Grand Rounds Learning Objectives
Review and discuss data/references from national/international literature reporting on proven, varied and/or new methods of assessment/treatment of broad spectrum of musculoskeletal system diseases/injuries, followed by Q&A open discussion. Review, present, and openly discuss anatomy and pathology makeup of musculoskeletal symptoms covering the entire system in one-year as related to correct diagnosis, methods of treatment, and results.
Pediatric Tibia/Ankle Fractures (Dr. Jonathan Peterson)
PolyTrauma Management and Damage Control (Dr. Mark Gage • Begin @6:58)
Metastatic Disease (Dr. Will Eward and Dr. Julia Visgauss • Begin @9:56)
Pediatric Femur Fractures Conference (Dr. Anthony Cantanzano)