In partnership with the Gladden Society we hosted our first Clinical Correlations and Bioskills workshop at Baylor College of Medicine.
Students participated from medical school programs throughout the Southwest region!
Dynamic Houston area Orthopaedic Surgeons kept the students on their toes at the Orthopaedic Bioskills stations. The students were captivated and hung on their every word during the presentation.
Dr. William Ross, Dr. Melvyn Harrington and Baylor Ortho Residency team dedicated time to speak with individual students and address questions throughout the workshop. Mentorship is a hallmark of Nth Dimensions and they all exhibited true leadership in that moment.
The Gladden Society
Dr. J. Robert Gladden became the first, black, board certified orthopaedic surgeon in 1950, and by 1960 there were only 10 black board certified orthopaedic surgeons. Today the Gladden Society boasts over 460 dues paying members and is responsible for mentoring and guiding many more surgeons from every race, gender, and culture into the field of orthopaedic surgery. The Gladden Society is now a multi-cultural society that is dedicated to increasing the number of minorities in orthopaedic surgery, eliminating healthcare disparities and teaching culturally competent care for patients with musculoskeletal disorders.
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.
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