The orthopaedic community turns to JBJS for trusted content, and that extends to JBJS educational offerings. JBJS Clinical Classroom is a “learning hub” used by orthopaedic specialists worldwide for clinical practice and lifelong learning, exam preparation, and continuing education—from residency to practice.
For those new to Clinical Classroom, JBJS is pleased to announce the launch of an enhanced site at JBJS.org, making it easier to access all the benefits that come with the Clinical Classroom learning system.
What Is Clinical Classroom?
Clinical Classroom is an efficient online learning system designed specifically for orthopaedic surgeons, residents, and fellows. Using a biological model of adaptive learning technology, Clinical Classroom observes how you learn, and then individualizes content with a precise focus on knowledge, skill, and confidence deficits. Find out more.
Clinical Classroom Highlights
- A “one-stop shop” for all your CME and SAE requirements
- Over 3,100 learning resources and 4,500 questions across all subspecialties
- Questions written by expert authors in each subspecialty
- A novel, time-saving approach to learning with adaptive learning technology
- Questions linked to additional references, including high-yield articles from JBJS, available to users with no subscription to JBJS required
Clinical Classroom can help residents and resident directors prepare for the OITE via thousands of questions and learning resources in all subspecialties, an OITE prep module matched to the 2022 blueprint, reporting that identifies weak areas, and an adaptive technology that personalizes learning based on answer confidence.
Expert Oversight and Guidance
Experienced Section Heads provide guidance, oversight, and review of each Clinical Classroom subspecialty module under the direction of the Product Editor. Meet the Section Heads. Additional experts author questions and resources, and peer review the content for accuracy and quality.
To learn more and get started, go to JBJS Clinical Classroom at JBJS.org.
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery Inc. is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) to provide continuing medical education for physicians.