MOR2021 is completely virtual with an option for attendees to go to Colby College to stay and study. Access to lectures and QBank will be remote. No faculty are traveling to Colby College this year. QBank and recorded lectures after the first LIVE but not in-person week of lectures will continue via HSS' portal until July 23rd.

  • Part I lectures (with virtual faculty) will take place June 22-June 26. The introduction will be in the evening of Monday June 21.
  • Part II Mock Oral Case Reviews have been delayed until September 2021 with a date TBD
  • Extended Access to the Question Bank (QBank) will be made available this year up to July 23rd
  • On-demand Virtual Access to the Recorded Lectures through July 23, 2021
  • One Year Subscription to HSS Journal: The Musculoskeletal Journal of Hospital for Special Surgery

Preparation for the Written (Part I) Exam

June 21st-July 2nd, 2021

Preparation for Part I is designed to meet the needs of the board candidate or practicing orthopaedist via a thorough review of current orthopaedic surgery. This includes lectures and intranet-based comprehensive question bank. Participants will increase their fund of knowledge through daily lectures covering the breadth of orthopaedics through the first week of the course. See the lecture schedule here.

MOR offers a comprehensive question bank, based on the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Self-Assessment and Specialty Examinations. Our current format includes nearly 11,000 questions and answers replete with references and links to MOR study guides. The intranet-based portion of the course is available throughout the length of the course, 24/7, on the Colby College campus.

Fee for MOR program:  $1,700.00

50 CME plus  MOC (Maintenance of Certification) eligible

Register for housing separately.

Direct inquiries about the Maine Orthopaedic Review and Housing Registration to:
Maine Orthopaedic Course
126 Western Avenue #1021
Augusta, ME 04330
Telephone: (800) 792-0003
Email info@maineorthopaedic.com

Direct inquiries about the use of computers at the Maine Orthopaedic Review to: Mark Dinsmore  mark@mainemor.com