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Didactics Schedule

Location: Family Medicine Center, 2nd Floor Conference Room
272 Congress St, Portland
Time: Various Wednesday Afternoons

These case based lectures are presented by the Sports Medicine Fellows and will include a brief epidemiology presentation, diagnostics, labs, treatment/CAM, procedures and health care maintenance.

Location: Maine Medical Partners, Ortho & Trauma
335 Brighton Avenue, Ste 200, Portland
Time: 8:00AM Saturday Sessions in July & August

The classes are designed to build on previous techniques and offer you the opportunity to practice specific applications and cast removals. These classes though are only an introduction at best and it is incumbent upon you to seek out those opportunities during your Fellowship to practice what you have learned in all of these sessions. In other words when given the opportunity, instead of asking one of the technologists or trainers to do a cast or splint for your patient, ask if they can observe YOU do the application and then critique your work. Practice makes perfect.

Location: Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic
119 Gannett Drive, South Portland, Maine
Time: 8:00AM - 9:00AM

The Wednesday AM Talks are teaching sessions provided to the Fellows, Residents, medical students, athletic trainers, and other health care professionals.

Location: Medical Partners Orthopedics & Sports Medicine Clinic
119 Gannett Drive, South Portland, Maine
Time: 12:00PM to 1:00PM – Typically 2nd Wednesday of each month

Joint Case of the Month is presented by the Sports Medicine Fellows to FM, IM, Peds, and ED residents. The presentation will focus on a selected joint and the presenter will discuss common problems with uncommon presentations, diagnostic dilemmas, and management issues.

Location: Maine Medical Partners — Orthopedics & Sports Medicine
119 Gannett Drive, South Portland, Maine

Time: 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Twice a month Wednesdays virtual with NEACSM 
 

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