Resident opportunities and fellowships are an important part of providing quality education to members. Learn more about the following programs:
Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Fellowship Match Program
Resident Review Courses
Videos from the Fall 2013 Resident Review Course
are available via online annual subscription. Designed for residents, program directors, and others interested in reviewing key concepts, the lectures cover topics ranging from PTTD and cavus foot to ankle arthritis, Lisfranc injuries, and orthobiologics. Subscribers will have access to all 17 lectures for a year from the date of purchase. Visit the Resident Review Course
page for more details and ordering information.
Resident Scholarship Programs
The AOFAS awards Resident Scholarships to PGY2 and PGY3 orthopaedic residents with an interest in foot and ankle surgery. This is an opportunity to attend the AOFAS Annual Meeting, learn more about foot and ankle surgery, and network with leading foot and ankle surgeons at the specialty’s annual meeting.
Application Deadline: March 1, 2015.
Visiting Professor Program
The goal of the Visiting Professor Program is to enhance the educational experience of orthopaedic residents through our Visiting Professor’s participation in clinics, lectures and/or participation in grand rounds.