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2024 Resident Advanced Case Controversies

2024 Resident Advanced Case Controversies

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Location: Hyatt Boston, Boston, MA

Date: April 18 - 20, 2024

The 2024 OTA Resident Advanced Case Controversies course will be held Thursday April 18 and Saturday, April 20 at the Hyatt Boston Harbor.

The course will be presented in three separate small group modules, with ten residents and three experienced faculty educators per module. The modules will have a rapid-fire series of mini-lectures, an extensive open case-based discussion, video demonstrations of techniques, and hands-on skills lab exercises. NEW this year: Breakfast & Lunchtime talks, shared Welcome Reception with OTA Fellows and Fellows course faculty, Thursday evening talk on "Your Practice". Modules will cover advanced trauma techniques among six topics:

  • Diaphyseal
  • Foot & Ankle
  • Knee
  • Pelvis/Acetabulum/Hip
  • Upper Extremity
  • Complications/Challenges

Target Audience: This course targets PGY4 - PGY5’s, but others who have completed the OTA Residents Comprehensive Fracture Course or equivalent and feel they will benefit are not excluded.

Room Block

Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor
101 Harborside Drive
Boston, Massachusetts 02128 United States

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Thank you for your Support

The Orthopaedic Trauma Association extends sincere gratitude to the following partners for their generous financial support for this educational opportunity: Smith and Nephew, Arthrex and Zimmer Biomet.

The Orthopaedic Trauma Association would also like to extend sincere appreciation to Smith & Nephew for their Resident Scholarship support.

Scholarships & Travel Support

OTA is excited to announce that registration scholarships are available and have been automatically included in the reduced registration rate of the course. The course is $100 to attend. 

OTA is offering a limited amount of travel support for registered attendees. Attendees can receive $500 in travel support from the OTA after applying via this link and attending the Resident Advanced Case Controversies course. You must register for the course and apply for the travel support separately to qualify. 

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Derek Donegan, MD

Course Chair

Matt Garner, MD

Course Co-Chair

David S. Wellman, MD

Diaphyseal Module Leader

David Chafey, MD

Foot and Ankle Module Leader

Richard S. Yoon, MD, FIOTA

Douglas W. Lundy, MD, FIOTA

Complications Module Leader

James R. Learned, MD

Pelvis Module Leader

Gregory J. Della Rocca, MD, PhD

Upper Extremity Module Leader


Live In-Person Event
04/19/2024 at 7:00 AM (EDT)   |  1 day, 5 hours  |  Attendance Required
04/19/2024 at 7:00 AM (EDT)   |  1 day, 5 hours  |  Attendance Required
Post-Course Evaluation
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Certificate of Completion
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