The Transition: Medical School to Residency

Building the Future of Orthopaedics in Texas

Over 60 Texas MS 2 and MS 3 students will participate in a program on Saturday, April 6 dedicated to helping Texas medical school students navigate the transition to an orthopaedic residency.

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Medical School Agenda

Friday, April 5

Texas MS 2s and MS 3s are invited to join TOA on Friday to view the general session and Resident Skills Competition. Network and learn more about the future of orthopaedics.

Saturday, April 6

Saturday morning features a session dedicated to medical school students.

Travel Scholarships

Thanks to a generous grant by the AAOS IDEA Grant Program, TOA provided a limited number of travel scholarships to those who met the AAOS criteria.


All MS 2 and MS 3 students attending Texas medical schools are invited to attend at no cost.

Medical school students can click here to register for the conference.

Friday: Join Orthopaedic Surgeons for Leadership & Business Issues

Join orthopaedic surgeons for the general session on Friday to learn more about the leadership and business issues that affect Texas orthopaedic surgeons.

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Friday: Network at TOA’s First Annual Resident Skills Competition

Watch as the PGY-3s across the state battle for TOA’s first-annual Resident Skills Competition: Battle of the Bones.

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Saturday: An Agenda Made Just for Medical School Students

Join the state’s orthopaedic residency program directors to learn more about the residency experience in Texas.

Click here to view the schedule.