Miller Review Course II


An intensive, one-day course designed to prepare attendees for the American Board of Orthopaedic Surgeons Examination Part II Oral Case Examination carefully crafted by the expert team of Miller Review Course faculty and staff.

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WHAT You'll Do //

  • Participate in three mock oral exams and present three of your own cases
  • Observe case presentations from a small group of colleagues
  • Obtain detailed feedback from two mock examiners designed to improve each presentation while meeting the standards of the ABOS scorecard
  • Attend a seminar on how to effectively communicate with examiners, answer difficult questions, and handle case complications
  • Attend one of 7 lectures focused on sub-specialty updates and advances from recent literature and key papers

Specialty Focus for 2018 Miller Review Part II (subject to availability)

  •         General
  •         Pediatrics
  •         Sports
  •         Foot & Ankle
  •         Hand
  •         Adult Reconstruction
  •         Spine
  •         Trauma


Back by Popular Demand in 2018:  In response to feedback from previous participants, the 2018 Part II Course will include a limited number of seats available for practicing surgeons planning to take the Oral Boards after 2018. The audit/observation experience is designed to help you understand the key points of how to select patients for surgery during your collection period, how to appropriately document patient notes, and how to deal with complications as they occur. You will participate in morning lectures and have the opportunity to observe colleagues in the mock exam setting. This is an excellent opportunity to be proactive regarding your collection period. Register using the “Option to Audit” on the registration menu.

I attended the course this year as an auditor to help improve my documentation during the case collection period. I will be back next year for the real thing! — A 2017 Participant

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Important Dates and Information

  • Early Bird Registration ($895) July 1 – September 30
  • Regular Registration ($995) October 1 – December 15
  • Late Registration ($1095) after December 15
  • Audit the Course ($595)
  • April 1 - The ABOS will announce the 12 selected cases (estimated date)
  • April 1 - May 7  Email selected case list to Miller Review (specialty groups will then be established)
  • May 7 - Selected Case List submission absolute deadline.  Participants who fail to upload their lists and preferences will not be permitted to present cases
  • May 26 – Miller Review Part II, Westminster, CO
  • Miller Review will provide a video link to all attendees with important tips for uploading cases to the ABOS
  • Details on monitor connections and other day-of-course technology will be forthcoming via email to all registrants


  • For registration questions, Michelle Richmond, or 866-615-6376
  • For questions re: case presentation process, Steve Thompson,
  • Please note Refund Policy - Reg fee minus $100 through Jan31st;  no refunds after Jan 31st