Time is perhaps today’s most valuable commodity, and to save JBJS readers time while still providing them with accurate scientific information, The Journal has introduced two new “quick-take” features: infographics and video summaries.
Two articles in the January 3, 2018 edition include an infographic, which encapsulates all the information of a written abstract in one rich, easy-to-digest poster-like image. Click on the titles below to see our first two infographics:
- Randomized Trial Comparing Suture Button with Single Syndesmotic Screw for Syndesmosis Injury
- Long-Term Outcomes of Distal Femoral Extension Osteotomy and Patellar Tendon Advancement in Individuals with Cerebral Palsy
In addition, the January 3, 2018 issue contains a video summary of the syndesmosis-injury study cited above. These 2-minute videos clearly and concisely explain the research question investigated, how it was examined, and what the findings were.
Please let the JBJS editorial team know what you think of these new features by commenting on this post.
2 thoughts on “JBJS Introduces Infographics and Video Summaries”
A very nice innovation
Easy to understand and concise. Great addition.