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September 2015
Volume #115
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Adolescent Immunization

Participate in the latest online CME program, which focuses on immunization recommendations for adolescents. Read more.

#JAOAMedEd Twitter Chat

If you missed our Twitter chat in April, you can catch up on the conversation. Read more.

Call for Medical Education Articles

Submit your research, reviews, and commentary on issues important to medical education for our 2016 annual theme issue. Read more.

Submit to SURF

The JAOA recently launched a new section, called SURF, exclusively for students, residents, and fellows. Read more.

Bilateral Shoulder Dislocation Presenting as a Unilateral Shoulder Dislocation: Case Report

A woman presented to the emergency department with the rare incidence of traumatic bilateral anterior shoulder dislocations. This condition may be difficult to diagnose because patients may not complain of bilateral shoulder pain int he presence of distracting injuries. Read more.

Medical Education

Using Simulation-Based Medical Education to Meet the Competency Requirements for the Single Accreditation System

Simulated patient care, medical knowledge, practice based learning and improvement, interpersonal and communication skills, professionalism, and system-based practice is discussed as a way to prepare residents to meet the ACGME's requirements. Read more.


Don't Miss...

Adolescent Immunization

Participate in the latest online CME program, which focuses on immunization recommendations for adolescents. Read more.

#JAOAMedEd Twitter Chat

If you missed our Twitter chat in April, you can catch up on the conversation. Read more.

Call for Medical Education Articles

Submit your research, reviews, and commentary on issues important to medical education for our 2016 annual theme issue. Read more.

Submit to SURF

The JAOA recently launched a new section, called SURF, exclusively for students, residents, and fellows. Read more.

 

This Month's
Clinical Image

A 13-year-old baseball player presents with severe proximal humerus pain and limited range of motion. Read more.

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