ResearchPad - orthopaedic-forum Default RSS Feed en-us © 2020 Newgen KnowledgeWorks <![CDATA[Effects of COVID-19 pandemic in the field of orthopaedics]]> <![CDATA[COVID-19 outbreak: The early response of a UK orthopaedic department]]> <![CDATA[Perioperative COVID-19 testing for orthopaedic patients: Current evidence]]> <![CDATA[Fast and economic cardboard cutout use to increase compliance of face mask wear during COVID-19 pandemic]]> <![CDATA[Unprecedented surge in publications related to COVID-19 in the first three months of pandemic: A bibliometric analytic report]]> <![CDATA[Orthopaedic resident management during the COVID-19 pandemic – AIIMS model]]> The novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has had a tremendous impact on various health sectors including residency training programs. The suspension of non-essential health services at many hospitals has led to an increase in the workload for residents in emergency department while there was a sharp decline in the workload of residents in departments like Orthopaedics. In this brief report, we discuss the strategy employed at our institution to effectively redistribute our residents to manage the pandemic, and the measures taken to promote resident training and welfare.

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