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1 PGY-1 Orthopaedic Surgery Residents: Rotation and Educational Experiences During the Internship year David R Richardson, MD Robert F Murphy, MD Thomas W Throckmorton, MD Richard A Smith, PhD Frederick M Azar, MD James H Beaty, MD S Terry Canale, MD University of Tennessee – Campbell Clinic Memphis, Tennessee AOA/CORD Meeting June, 2013

2 Disclosures No authors have any disclosures to report regarding this research

3 Backgound

4 Background Internship rotations Intern case-logs Call duties Conference time Research

5 Purpose Create a “snapshot” of the internship experience

6 Methods

7 Program Directors n = 153 PGY-2 Residents n = 653

8 Demographics Program Type University Community Mixed Military Program Size Ortho months during PGY-1 year

9 Intern Experiences Was any call taken? How many nights? Case logs Orthopaedic Non-orthopaedic

10 Educational opportunities Mandatory conference participation? Is research required/encouraged? Did you do any research?

11 Satisfaction Questions Orthopaedic surgery months Non-orthopaedic surgery months Orthopaedic knowledge Surgical skills

12 Is the internship year… Good preparation for residency? More ortho months during PGY-1 year?

13 Results Response rate Program Directors: 25/153 (16%) 17 University 5 Community 2 Mixed 1 Military Range of 3-15 PGY-1s (Avg 5) Residents: 81/653 (12%) 54 University 22 Mixed 3 Community 2 Military Range 2-12 PGY-1s (Avg 6)

14 Results

15 89% vs 61% p = < 50%

16 Resident satisfaction with… 46% 58% 44% 91%

17 What about program size? Large: 6 or greater (n= 30) Small: 5 or fewer (n = 50)

18 20 vs vs vs 46

19 67% vs 35% p = % vs 25% p = % vs 29% p = 0.015

20 Summary Good overall orthopaedic exposure Inadequate preparation for residency Unsatisfied with ortho knowledge or surgical skills Differences between small and large programs

21 Future Directions Changes approaching Summer of 2013? Further work hour restrictions?

22 Acknowledgements Co-authors Robert F Murphy, MD Thomas W Throckmorton, MD Richard A Smith, PhD Frederick M Azar, MD James H Beaty, MD S Terry Canale, MD

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