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Led by course co-chairs Paul Favorito, MD and James Krieg, MD, this 1 ½ day comprehensive shoulder course is designed for fellows seeking to advance their surgical skills in shoulder fracture, arthroplasty, and arthroscopy.  In a focused and collaborative learning environment, participants will engage with faculty throughout the course during a case-based discussion, debate, and hands-on cadaveric lab sessions. The panel of faculty will focus on topics such as rotator cuff and shoulder instability, nailing and plating techniques, primary and reverse shoulder solutions, and proximal humeral fractures, as well as pain management and a faculty panel on Starting Your Practice.