OrthoBuzz is pleased to share recent news from JBJS Open Access: 

Indexing News

JBJS Open Access has been selected for inclusion in the Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI) by Clarivate. JBJS Open Access publishes high-quality, peer-reviewed open access articles of interest to the orthopaedic community worldwide. The journal will receive its first impact factor later this year.  

Read the latest articles in JBJS Open Access. 

New Review Article Type

 JBJS Open Access is now accepting review articles for publication. These articles offer insights into the existing clinical and scientific evidence, taking the form of narrative reviews, critical analysis reviews, and systematic reviews 

The new review article type expands on established JBJS Open Access content. Since its founding in 2016, the international online journal has published clinical and basic science research articles with the potential to impact musculoskeletal treatment and patient care. In 2020, Open Access broadened its offerings to include education-focused content in the AOA Critical Issues in Education section through a partnership with the American Orthopaedic Association. What Makes JBJS Open Access Essential Reading?   

Submissions Welcome

Submissions to JBJS Open Access are welcome. Authors interested in submitting a scientific, review, or AOA Critical Issues in Education manuscript are encouraged to visit the JBJS Open Access Instructions for Authors page to learn more. 

Open Access scientific and AOA Critical Issues in Education manuscripts are eligible for consideration in the annual JBJS Open Access Awards program. Find out more about the awards here. Winners are featured on OrthoBuzz 

Top JBJS Open Access Articles Published in 2023 

Assessing the Change in Operative Treatment Rates for Acute Midshaft Clavicle Fractures: Incorporation of Evidence-Based Surgery Results in Orthopaedic Practice

Clubfoot and the Ponseti Method: A Bibliometric Analysis

Dislocated and Dissociated Dual-Mobility Components Are Easily Missed and More Than Half Fail Closed Reduction: Six Tips to Aid Management  

Risk of Aseptic Revision and Periprosthetic Fracture Following Bipolar Versus Unipolar Hemiarthroplasty

Predicting Pathological Fractures at Metastatic Humeral Lesions

Top 2023 AOA Critical Issues in Education Articles

A Dedicated Simulator Training Curriculum Improves Resident Performance in Surgical Management of Pediatric Supracondylar Humerus Fractures  

Orthopaedic Surgery First-Year Resident Surgical Skills Month Curriculum

Drill Bone with Both Hands: Plunge Depth and Accuracy with 4 Bracing Positions

Where Do Orthopaedic Surgery Applicants Match on Their Rank Lists? A Survey of Incoming Residents

Evaluating ChatGPT Performance on the Orthopaedic In-Training Examination          

Leave a Reply

Related Posts

Discover more from OrthoBuzz

Subscribe now to keep reading and get access to the full archive.

Continue reading