An authoritative source for clinically useful orthopaedic information for more than 125 years, The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS) has launched an entirely reengineered website—jbjs.org. This superior online orthopaedic experience—fully optimized for mobile devices—speeds users to targeted content across all six JBJS journals. With a more robust search engine and subspecialty collections, the new jbjs.org delivers practice-specific research results for journal articles, videos, images, webinars, podcasts, and CME activities—all with a single click.
Complimentary access to the new jbjs.org is available until December 31, 2017.
The new website also enhances the capacity of “My JBJS,” where users can store and organize content they have bookmarked. In addition, the site offers clearly organized direct links to JBJS CME material that is related to the user’s search query.
The new jbjs.org also features Clinical Summaries, 300- to 400-word “mini-reviews” of the latest clinical findings pertaining to 100 of the most common orthopaedic conditions. Each Clinical Summary is accompanied by direct links to the most relevant, highly cited articles in JBJS and other peer-reviewed orthopaedic and general-medicine journals. “We believe that Clinical Summaries represent a uniquely useful and evidence-based contribution to orthopaedic practice and the review process in orthopaedic surgery—and that they will improve patient care and enhance professional satisfaction,” said JBJS Editor-in-Chief Marc Swiontkowski, MD.
“The new jbjs.org gives us a unique publishing platform that allows the physician to control the experience,” said Paul Sandford, Chief Executive Officer at JBJS. “All digital content resources—including articles, videos, images, and more—can now be easily located and utilized through a proprietary search feature, subspecialty collections, and Clinical Summaries. This application will open the door for new developments and expand our presence and impact with orthopaedists both in the US and globally.”
For more information about the entirely new jbjs.org, click here.