Mayo Clinic Orthopedic Surgery

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What Being #Mayo Trained Means to Me

Host: Jonathan D. Barlow, M.D. (@JonBarlowMD)  

Guests:

Molly Hartzler, M.D., (@realDrHartzler) Adult Reconstructive Surgeon at Mercy Medical Center Redding, California.  

Robert Hartzler, M.D., (@DrRobHartzler) Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon at TSAOG Orthopaedics, San Antonio, Texas  

Dr. Molly Hartzler (2018 Mayo Orthopedic Surgery Residency graduate) and Dr. Robert Hartzler (2013 Mayo Orthopedic Surgery Residency graduate), join host Dr. Jonathan Barlow (2013 Mayo Orthopedic Surgery Residency graduate) to discuss what it means to them to be alumni of the Mayo Clinic Orthopedic Residency (@MayoOrthoRes) program.  They share advice for current applicants and residents.

The “Basic Science” curriculum, surgical skills lab, and spiral educational models

Host: Jonathan D. Barlow, M.D. (@JonBarlowMD)  

Guests: Mark E. Morrey, M.D. and Micah J. Nieboer, M.D.

Dr. Mark Morrey, a shoulder and elbow surgeon and director of the Basic Science curriculum and the Surgical Skills lab at Mayo Clinic, joins second-year resident, Dr. Micah Nieboer, and host Dr. Jonathan Barlow to discuss the second year curriculum (“Basic Science”) in the Mayo Clinic Orthopedic Surgery Residency (@MayoOrthoRes) program.  This program is one of the true highlights of resident training.

Find out more about Mayo Clinic’s Orthopedic Surgery Residency program at https://mayocl.in/36x9MUo  

Connect with us on Twitter @MayoOrthoRes @MayoOrthoTrauma  

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