• Each training year has thirteen blocks (4 weeks each)
  • All residents are required to participate in one Quality Improvement Project and one Scholarly Activity in order to graduate from the program.
  • Attend weekly academics including lectures, journal club, radiology rounds, and cadaver lab.
  • Attend & participate in the DMC Graduate Medical Education and Department of Quality and Safety; Graduate Medical Education, QuESST Research Day Poster Competition.
  • Attend regional and national conferences such as American College of Foot and Ankle Surgeons, American Academy of Foot and Ankle Osteosynthesis, Association of Extremity Nerve Surgeons, and International Foot and Ankle Foundation.
  • The program is divided into 3 program years, with a specific focus dedicated to each Program year.