Two new AO Trauma STaRT forearm modules are now online
AO Trauma STaRT launches new forearm shaft and proximal forearm modules for residents
08 April 2019
AO Trauma is proud to launch the two newest additions to the AO Trauma STaRT learning hub for residents, the forearm shaft and the proximal forearm modules, completing the series of modules dedicated to the forearm.
Authored by Jan Bernard Sintenie (the Netherlands), Nir Cohen (Israel), and Johan Scheer (Sweden), the new forearm shaft module addresses common fractures, such as a closed Galeazzi fracture, both bone and ulnar fractures, and high-energy open fractures, as well as various fixation techniques.
Jong-Woong Park (South Korea), Chin-Hsien Wu (Taiwan), and Takashi Miyamoto (Japan) explain to residents how to deal with different fractures in the new proximal forearm module, from a simple olecranon fracture to a more complex Essex-Lopresti injury, among others.
Aiming to educate surgical residents from all over the world, these six leading international surgeons have developed an array of interactive, video-based case discussions, multiple-choice quizzes, and self-assessment activities.
All of the content is aligned with the learning objectives defined in the AO Trauma Residents Education Program.
Log on to the AO Trauma STaRT website now and start improving your skills in managing forearm fractures!
More about AO Trauma STaRT
AO Trauma STaRT (Surgical Training and Assessment for Residents) is an award-winning, interactive online learning hub designed to support orthopedic trauma residents with self-paced learning. It also provides residency program directors and supervisors with enriched, evidence-based material that is relevant to their learners.
The online hub provides three distinct learning strategies appealing to different learning styles and promotes reflection. The three offerings include:
Interactive case discussions to enhance clinical reasoning skills and reinforce AO principles
Self-assessment options, like quizzes and tests, to identify personal knowledge gaps
Easy access to AO learning resources to help close knowledge gaps and expand on surgical knowledge
The aim of AO Trauma STaRT is to provide residents with a safe, highly interactive environment that provides feedback for learning and self-assessment. To access AO Trauma STaRT on your desktop, laptop, or iPad, simply register at www.aotrauma.org/STaRT.