Fellowship: Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgery
For more information on our Foot and Ankle Fellowship program please click on the PDF links below, or contact Dr. Glazebrook.
The Fellowship will be a combination of Foot and Ankle reconstructive surgery with Sports Medicine and Orthopaedic Trauma. The breakdown will be approximately 75% Foot and Ankle and 20% Trauma. This call will be done out of hospital from home and the Fellow will be committed to call when Dr. Glazebrook or Dr Morash is on Call is on call at a 1 to 11 frequency.
The fellow will spend 6 months working with Dr. Joel Morash and 6 months with Dr Mark Glazebrook both Certified Foot & Ankle Reconstruction Orthopedic Surgeons. A typical work week will be two days of operative Orthopaedics which will include roughly 75% Foot and Ankle and 25% Trauma. There will be one 1⁄2 day of Fracture Clinic for patient follow up visits and 1⁄2 day of office visits for new patients. There will be one day of research where the Fellow will be involved in at least two research projects that will require paper preparation for publication at the end. The final day will be a flexibility day where the Fellow will be encouraged to participate in further clinical activities or research activities that are offered to him once arriving.
The Fellow will also be sponsored to attend one Orthopaedic meeting, economy air fare and hotel will be covered for this. The Fellow will be encouraged to attend further meetings especially when local sponsorship can be achieved.
The Fellow will be expected to teach the Residents both in clinical situations and academic lecture format. This will be less than 5% of the time. This will also include sharing operative cases.
In special circumstance the fellowship may be extended by 1 or 2 years with a Masters degree offered as well to a suitable candidate.