JBJS Case Connector is looking to expand its roster of reviewers with expertise in the pediatrics, spine, hand & wrist, and infection subspecialties.
Case Connector, co-edited by Thomas W. Bauer, MD, PhD, and Ronald W. Lindsey, MD, is a prominent resource for the orthopaedic community exclusively devoted to publishing case reports on rare or unusual musculoskeletal conditions. Case Connector is uniquely designed as a tool to harness the value of case reports, recognizing that they help to identify new conditions, procedures, and potentially devastating outcomes; often provide the only guidance available in unusual situations; and inspire researchers to delve into new areas.
Case Connector upholds the same extremely high standards that are the hallmarks of all JBJS journals, including rigorous double-blinded peer review. Case Connector is indexed in MEDLINE and PubMed.
Why Become a Reviewer?
Becoming a reviewer for Case Connector helps you stay informed while serving the orthopaedic community. Reviewers also play a valuable role in fulfilling the JBJS mission of improving musculoskeletal health across the globe by delivering gold-standard information to clinicians, researchers, and students. Additionally, reviewing for Case Connector provides a record of your scholarly contributions to orthopaedics and is an excellent way to improve your own writing and reviewing skills.
To apply for consideration as a reviewer, please forward your CV along with a letter describing your main areas of interest or expertise to email@example.com. Potential reviewers should demonstrate prior experience with scholarly publishing when applying.
To learn more about reviewing for Case Connector, visit the Reviewer Resource Center and explore the latest Case Connector articles.