Best wishes for 2014 to you and your family from SICOT!
- The Bread Loaf vs. Gold Market Theory in Medical Trainingâ¦
Some may have heard about the âBread Loaf Theoryâ, also known in some western countries as the âCake Theoryâ. This is a misconception that the more you teach others, the more they will grow into the market and share in your potential pool of clients and hence income. Unfortunately, this theory is widespread in developing countries, where the main source of income is private practice. It is less of an issue in areas where surgeons are on fixed salaries, and the salary is sufficient for oneâs needs and requirements. Read more...
XXVI SICOT Triennial World Congress combined with 46th SBOT Annual Meeting
19-22 November 2014 * Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- SICOT/OE partnership
We wanted to send this short reminder to let you know that full free OrthoEvidence access is currently available to SICOT members through the SICOT/OE partnership. Access the promo code in the SICOT Memberâs Area. The OrthoEvidence video explains this great time saving tool and how it can help with your practice! Take 2 minutes to watch the video, then sign up! Click Here To Watch The OrthoEvidence Video
- 21st SICOT Trainees Meeting
Don't miss the 21st SICOT Trainees Meeting in London, United Kingdom, from 1 to 2 June 2014! More information at www.sicotuk.com.
- Article of the Month
- Case of the Month
by Syah Bahari
- Orthopaedic Residency Training in Nigeria
by Amupitan Idumagbodi
Nigeria is a highly populous country blessed with many natural resources, and the health sector, which is still developing, boasts of a national medical college, the National Post Graduate Medical College (NPMCN), and also a regional college, the West African College of Surgeons (WACS), which is under the West Africa Health Organization (WAHO). Training as a specialist is being undertaken in either of these two Colleges in Nigeria. Read more...
- CHOP/SICOT Fellowship Report
Introduction by John Dormans & Report by Indranil Kushare
- fluency in English
- graduate from medical school and complete an Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program
- have an interest in Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
- complete application with letters of recommendation by defined deadlines
- submit visa application on time (where applicable)
- be an active SICOT member
- attend a SICOT meeting within the past 4 years
- have proper training level
Articles by SICOT Members
- Report of the Joints Surgery and Sports Medicine Congress in Tbilisi
by TomÃ¡Å¡ TrÄÂ
- Screw fixation of medial malleolar fractures: A cadaveric biomechanical study challenging the current AO philosophy
Comment by Mahmoud M. Abousayed
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