Christian Pean
Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery

Dr. Christian Pean’s academic appointment is in the Department of Orthopedic Trauma surgery within the Duke University School of Medicine. Dr. Pean also has a secondary core faculty position at the Duke Margolis Center for Health Policy.  Dr. Pean’s clinical interests include total hip replacement and conversion hip replacement for fracture and posttraumatic hip arthritis, direct anterior hip replacement, shoulder replacement and reconstruction, proximal humerus fractures, periarticular fractures, ankle fractures, fracture related infection, humerus nonunion repair, periprosthetic fracture fixation and pelvis and acetabulum reconstruction.  His research focuses on utilizing large datasets, health policy, and clinical practice innovation to address racial health disparities in Orthopaedic surgery. He has published research on racial disparities in orthopaedic trauma surgery, health services research, social determinants of health, clinical ethics, and value-based care systems to address the cost burden of orthopedic trauma and total joint arthroplasty surgery.

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