Master of Orthopaedics (Orthopaedic Surgery)

by | Oct 3, 2019

Year 1

The general objective is to enable students to acquire knowledge of the basic medical sciences and

principles of orthopaedic surgery. To apply the knowledge in the clinical problem-solving and

decision-making process in the management of patients including the performance of operative procedures under supervision.

Trainees will be rotated in General Surgery, Orthopaedics and Traumatology and Intensive Care posting.

Year 2

The general objective is to enable students to acquire knowledge, skills and develop good attitude

appropriate for the management of patients in the various surgical Orthopaedics subspecialties which will be useful in their general Orthopaedics practice.

Year 3

The general objective is to enable the trainee to acquire knowledge, skills and develop an attitude in

the management of patients and the orthopaedics team in General Orthopaedic Surgery at the level of the registrar.

Year 4

The general objective is to enable the trainee to function as the senior registrar in the orthopaedic team and to manage

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