Clinical Correlations Lectures and Hands-on Workshops
To increase awareness of the specialty being addressed through surgeon led lectures and hands-on workshops with target groups of minorities and women.
Nth Dimensions promotes comprehensive excellence in medical students, residents, and fellows by increasing their exposure to academic, and non-academic resources necessary to become successful health care providers in the future.
These sessions act as a primary point of recruitment
These sessions act as a primary point of recruitment meant to expose students to the field early in their medical and undergraduate school matriculation and to inform and recruit students for the Orthopaedic Summer Internship program.
Students from the following U.S. medical schools and associations participated in 2018-2019 PHASE 1 programming:
University of Michigan
Baylor College of Medicine
Morehouse School of Medicine
Latino Preparatory Academy
Howard University College of Medicine
Student National Medical Association
Latino Medical Student Association
Clinical Correlations lectures and Bioskills workshops
Are conducted at Historically Black Colleges and Universities, US medical schools and at conferences of the Student National Medical Association and the Latino Medical Student Association.