The Sinai surgical residents will rotate in the Department of Orthopedic Surgery and the Rubin Institute for Advanced Orthopedics at Sinai Hospital during their intern year for four to six weeks. The rotation is designed to expose the resident in particular to the important areas of trauma orthopedics and orthopedic oncology. However, the schedule is flexible, so that the resident may investigate other areas, i.e. joint and spine surgery. The surgical residents will participate in all care rendered to inpatient Orthopedic Surgery patients at Sinai Hospital: admission, diagnostic workup, operations, post-operative care and discharge. In addition, the surgical residents will participate in the care/operations of Orthopedic Surgery patients in the Orthopedic Surgery clinic and Orthopedic Surgery attending office hours. Educational activities include the weekly Orthopedic Tumor Conference, Fracture Conference, Didactic Conference, clinics and office hours, and the monthly Orthopedic Grand Rounds (incorporating M&M).