Lessons in Orthopaedic Leadership: An AOA Podcast
Virtual Interviews: Residency Applications (Part 1)
Chapters
1:35
Virtual Rotations and Recruitment: Advantages and Limitations
4:20
Social Media's Role in Recruitment
6:13
Virtual Rotations: What Role Will They Play After COVID-19?
8:43
Leveling the Playing Field: How the Virtual Experience Creates Access For Applicants
11:42
Virtual Interviews: Shortened Timelines, Departmental Impacts, and Rallying the Faculty
15:23
The Virtual Process and its Impact the Number of Interview Days
19:36
What Lessons We have Learned About the Virtual Process So Far
22:38
Structural Changes: What Can Programs Do to Ensure a Successful Virtual Process
Lessons in Orthopaedic Leadership: An AOA Podcast
Virtual Interviews: Residency Applications (Part 1)
Sep 23, 2020 Season 2 Episode 3
The American Orthopaedic Association

Cassandra A. Lee, MD, FAOA, an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Residency Program Director, and Chief of Sports Medicine at the University of California Davis, joins AOA hosts Charles A. Goldfarb, MD, FAOA, and Alexander Aleem, MD to discuss how programs are planning to support residency applicants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
 
Drs. Lee and Aleem share their experiences with the virtual process and discuss topics such as:

  • The advantages and limitations of virtual recruitment
  • Social media's role in the process
  • The use of virtual rotations after the COVID-19 era
  • How the virtual process allows for more accessibility for applicants and how that impacts the program
  • The virtual process' timeline and its impact on department staff and faculty
  • Structural changes that can ensure a successful virtual process


Music:
Special thanks to Peter Martin of Peter Martin Music, Inc (@iampetermartin) for the jazz introduction and conclusion.