ASSISTANT OR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF CLINICAL ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY (IN RESIDENCE)
The qualified candidate will have expertise as a general orthopaedist with a principle concentration in adult reconstruction and total joint surgery. Must be board certified or board eligible orthopaedic surgeon withe fellowship training in this sub-speciality, with a firm commitment to academic medicine.
Duties will include operative and non-operative care of general orthopaedic patients, as well as patients with adult reconstruction and total joint surgical needs. Participation in education of residents from orthopaedic surgery and primary care, medical students and allied health professionals. Mentoring of students and residents on research. Participation in clinical teaching, conferences, journal clubs and lectures. Active involvement in the faculty of local, regional and national continuing medical education programs along with committee work in organizations at each of these levels. Participation in attending on-call scheduled as required. Active participation in scientific investigation, presentations and publications.