On behalf of Dr. Johnny Lau, Divisional Clinical Fellowship Director, Orthopaedic Surgery, University of Toronto
The Annual Fellowship Research day was successfully completed on June 16, 2022. We continued using a virtual platform. We accepted 16 abstracts for podium presentation. The submitted abstracts represented all the hospitals and various subspecialties and were worthy for presentation at any national or international meeting. Dr. Bill Kramer was our guest professor who provided insightful comments, and excellent questions for our fellows.
Dr. Kramer’s Keynote talk was entitled: “A Journey from Fellowship to Retirement.” Dr. Kramer has spent his Orthopaedic career in Toronto at Michael Garron Hospital. He has been instrumental in training many Orthopaedic surgeons, and continues to make an impact on the future of Orthopaedic surgical training as Chair of the Royal College Orthopaedic Specialty Committee. He dispensed many pearls of wisdom that helped him be successful in his career, and life.
Best Oral presentation
The Effects of Socioeconomic Status on Outcomes following Total Ankle Arthroplasty
2nd Best Oral presentation
Does Concurrent glenoid anteversion osteotomy affect the efficacy of tendon transfers for internal rotation contracture in Brachial Plexus Birth Injury?
Runner up Oral presentation
Validity and Reliability of Bilateral Axial View Radiographs in Objectifying Posterior Cruciate Ligament Laxity
Best Fellow Teacher as selected by residents
The residents would also like to give thanks and special mention to James Wu and Madeleine Willeger for their teaching and advice this year.