Experience of a fellowship in spinal surgery: a quantitative analysis

  title={Experience of a fellowship in spinal surgery: a quantitative analysis},
  author={Wojciech Konczalik and Sherief Elsayed and Bronek Maximilian Boszczyk},
  journal={European Spine Journal},
The objective of our paper was to ascertain the self-reported competency level of surgeons who had completed a 1-year spine fellowship versus those who had not. Our secondary objective was to determine whether there was any difference between orthopaedic and neurosurgeons. A 60 question online questionnaire was provided to AOSpine Europe members for completion online. 289 members provided a response, of which 64 % were orthopaedic surgeons and 31 % neurosurgeons (5 % did not specify). Eighty… CONTINUE READING
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