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S orth. Moreover, the training is not structured and ability of the fresh postgraduate depends on the institute.

By the end of 3 years one can only qualify in basic orthopedics which seems grossly inadequate and for diploma in orthopedics it is two years with no regularization or limitation of surgical work which differentiates them from MS candidates.

This insufficiency can badly reflect on the poor patients.

We have to define the minimum achievable competence for each course as well as minimum eligibilities to be generalist and subspeciality experts. Diploma in orthopedics course should be abolished. By the end of 4 years of basic orthopedic training candidate must be evaluated and merit-based subspeciality training in interested field for 2 years as extended training program imparted which includes public private partnership to balance case loads of government sector and advancements of private sectors.

The current orthopedic training program, based on an opportunistic learning pattern or "apprenticeship" model, needs to be replaced by a "structured" training system. International standards in health care delivery and lively atmosphere with dynamic campuses will open our doors to student exchange programs where our students will have the chance to visit other facilities around the world. The quality of work done by the teachers should be monitored as well.

They should be given enough training and some minimum standards are required for them as well. Research papers, presentations and academic work should fetch more credentials.

Promotions and perks should be given to those who have better credentials than by simple virtue of age. Train the trainers program should be implemented as a routine by the universities so that the incompetencies and autocracy among the educators are removed.

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The universities should play a greater role in evaluating the needs, dictating the priorities and recommending realistic methods by which these might be implemented.

But change is its motivator. For Readers While the advice and information in this journal is believed to be true and accurate at the date of its publication, neither the authors, the editors, nor the publisher can accept any legal responsibility for any errors or omissions that may have been made.

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For permission to reuse our content please locate the material that you wish to use on link.Nonunion was defined as a lack of any healing on plain radiograph within 6 months. These two patients had secondary procedures like implant exchange and bone grafting.

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Transfer of copyright to Springer respective to owner if other than Springer becomes effective if and when a Copyright Transfer Statement is signed or transferred electronically by the corresponding author. Much worse is there is an insufficient effort to promote the development of orthopedic subspecialties in teaching hospitals even though we have high patient loads.

Recently, minimally invasive plating of injuries in this area has demonstrated excellent healing rates and only a few required bone grafts. Journal of Journal of Biomechanics 39, — In our series, there were 12 out of 13, and 5 out of 12 patients underwent fibula fixation in plate and nailing group, respectively [Table 3].

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