TBIRF has experience organizing a variety of other educational activities including lectures on new technologies, cadaveric training labs for surgical techniques, as well as courses designed for residents and fellows. One of the highlight events every year is the Fellow-to-Fellow lab where the graduating class serves as faculty for the incoming class.
The goal of each Journal Club meeting is to encourage a critical evaluation of scientific literature. This activity provides physicians the opportunity to read and discuss original, published literature. Both classic papers and recent literature are used. The purpose of this meeting is to provide research information that has historically and recently guided the treatment […]
Twice monthly on Friday mornings, TBIRF sponsors a one-hour CME accredited conference attended by 30-50 healthcare professionals, including surgeons, fellows, physiatrists, psychologists, physician assistants, nurses, therapists, researchers and others, including community physicians. The conference format is a lecture and interaction with the participants is encouraged. click here to see the upcoming schedule.
TBIRF has a rich history in providing education for physicians, other spine care providers, and researchers. Through a variety of lectures, case conferences, and journal club meetings, all aspects of spine care are addressed. Conference curriculum includes anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, microbiology, pathology, patient safety, patient evaluation, research, ethics, practice management, and other areas as they […]