Editorial, J Athl Enhanc Vol: 10 Issue: 10
The Impact of COVID-19 on the Orthopedic Sports Medicine
University of California, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, California, USA
*Corresponding author: Mary Mulcahey, University of California, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, California, USA, Tel: +135895648446; E-mail: [email protected]
Received date: 08 October, 2021; Accepted date: 22 October, 2021; Published date: 29 October, 2021
Keywords: Athletic Physiology, Athletic Training, Eating Habits of Athletes, Exercise Science
Over the last time, coronavirus complaint 2019 has spread across the world as a global epidemic, bringing unknown changes to the healthcare geography for cases and croakers. Medical trainees have been also affected, as medical seminaries throughout the United States have enforced remote literacy-grounded classes and withdrawn third and fourth time scholars from in sanitarium cloths. Particular significance is the impact of COVID-19 on current orthopedic surgery resides applying to subspecialty fellowship programs. Because of the largely transmittable nature of the contagion and current social distancing restrictions, orthopedic sports drug fellowship interviews are being held nearly during the 2020–2021 operation cycle. This transition to video conference canvassing may downplay an aspirant's unique personality or interpersonal relations that are traditionally captured in a variety of settings during the interview day. In turn, this may lead to increased prioritization of colorful aspects of the operation, similar as the aspirant’s occupancy program, letters of recommendation, and exploration productivity. Matching to a sports drug fellowship program is an innately competitive process and the COVID-19 epidemic presents new challenges to orthopedic resides in their sweats to successfully match.
The purpose of this review is to describe the changes made to the orthopedic sports drug fellowship interview process performing from COVID-19 during the 2020-2021 operation cycles and bandy how these changes may impact the unborn fellowship operation process. This review discusses the changes made to the orthopedic sports drug fellowship interview process caused by COVID-19 during the 2020–2021 operation cycles. This review also assesses how similar changes may impact the unborn operation process and proposes implicit acclimations to the current virtual interview format if it should come the new standard moving forward.
Since being declared a global epidemic on March 11, 2020, by the World Health Organization (WHO), the new coronavirus has redounded in over 2 million deaths and further than 102 million cases worldwide. This has brought unknown changes to the geography of ultramodern healthcare and medical education, introducing query into the lives of medical trainees and rehearsing croakers.
As hospitals canceled or held up optional surgical procedures to prioritize care for infected cases before hand in the epidemic, the surgical field and delivery of musculoskeletal care was impacted on multiple situations indeed when hospitals proceeded optional procedures, cases were prioritized by clinical urgency and therefore orthopedic cases encountered significant detainments in both routine and time-sensitive optional care.
Like rehearsing croakers and their cases, medical trainees have also been negatively affected by changes in healthcare delivery and education needed due to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Medical seminaries across the United States have enforced remote literacy- grounded classes, which has naturally led to a loss of cooperative gests in the form of hands-on training, kinesthetic literacy, real- time performance assessments, and interpersonal engagement. These lost literacy gests may prove to be a significant detriment to current scholars’ education and unborn training.
Matching to a sports drug fellowship program is an innately competitive process in itself, and the epidemic presents new challenges to orthopedic resides in their sweats to successfully match Although the influence of the COVID-19 epidemic on orthopedic surgery occupancy operations has been preliminarily described, there's a deficit of literature assessing analogous impacts on sports drug fellowship operations for current orthopedic surgery resides.
The purpose of this review is to describe the changes made to the orthopedic sports drug fellowship interview process performing from COVID-19 during the 2020–2021 operation cycles and bandy how these changes may impact the unborn fellowship operation process.