The University of Virginia Department of Orthopaedic Surgery seeks to promote lifelong learning in Orthopaedics. Our faculty, fellows, and residents participate in daily didactics and interactive conferences to foster an environment of education and the persistent pursuit of a deeper understanding of the conditions and injuries that affect our patients. Our world-renowned faculty members each individually contributes extensively to our didactic program sharing their expertise with other faculty, our fellows, residents, and medical students. We frequently host internationally-known leaders in Orthopaedic Surgery to Charlottesville as Visiting Professors to expand our knowledge and fortify our position on the front lines of Orthopaedics.
General Conference Schedule
Our general conference schedule with the times and locations is listed below:
Monday: Fracture conference (6:15 to 7:15 AM – University Hospital, Moss Auditorium – 1st Floor)
– Faculty-led conference in which a specific type of fracture is discussed for 15 minutes followed by case presentations of the injuries evaluated by U.Va. Orthopaedics over the previous week
Tuesday: Core Curriculum (6:15 to 7:15 AM – University Hospital, OR Classroom – 2nd Floor
– Faculty-led conference in which we explore a specific topic in Orthopaedics
Wednesday: Grand Rounds (7:00 to 8:45 AM – Fontaine Office, Wang Conference Room)
– Visiting Professors, Formal Faculty Lectures, Quality Assurance Conference
Thursday: Service Specific (6:30 to 7:15 AM – Location Variable)
– Small group discussions held by each Orthopaedic service
Friday: Basic Science / Anatomy (6:30 to 7:15 AM – University Hospital)
– Didactics establishing the foundations of musculoskeletal anatomy and physiology
We welcome everyone who is interested in Orthopaedics to participate in our lectures. We will keep this page updated with the dates of our Visiting Professor Grand Rounds. If you would like to be added to our email list, please send us an email at UVAOrtho@virginia.edu.
Link to University of Virginia Continuing Medical Education (CME) Information