Did a Minimum Case Requirement Improve Resident Surgical Volume for Closed Wrist and Forearm Fracture Treatment in Orthopedic Su
Journal of Surgical Education
Klimstra, Mikhail A.Beck, Nicholas A.Forte, Mary L.Van Heest, Ann E.
The purpose of this study is to determine whether the 2013 implementation of ACGME minimum case requirements was associated with increased documented case volume of closed manipulation of forearm and wrist fractures (CMFWF) for graduating orthopedic surgery residents.
Arm -- FracturesOrthopedic surgeryFractures -- TreatmentWrist -- Fractures
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