On May 20-24, Dr. Marc DeHart joined 18 other orthopedic specialists from around the country at Miller Review, the premier course for preparing medical residents for the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery examination.
“It’s the all-important test that decides if a doctor is ‘board certified’,” explained Dr. DeHart, who has been assisting residents at Miller Review for 15 years.
Dr. DeHart and other Miller Review faculty are all fellowship-trained, and many are authors of the fifth and sixth editions of the Review text.
He says the orthopedic surgeon faculty gives lectures to review the most important facts regarding musculoskeletal care.
Dr. DeHart describes the course as rigorous and demanding for the students and faculty. “Miller Review is so successful because the residents who take the course ‘grade’ the speakers. If you don’t ‘make the grade’ you’re not asked back.”
At this year’s course, Dr. DeHart spoke on perioperative problems, orthopedic infections, and cartilage basic science.