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Education

Bone & Joint is published by The British Editorial Society of Bone and Joint Surgery as a provider of content and educational services for the orthopaedic community in order to fufill our role to improve orthopaedic education. Bone & Joint contains a portfolio of high quality scientific publications at the heart of the site including the highly regarded The Bone & Joint Journal (BJJ).

Ways that we fulfill our charitable remit on Bone & Joint and through our publications include:

  • Specialty channels delivering content from across our sites relevant to you, alongside commentary from our clinical leads.
  • Providing selected abstracts translated into major world languages. Find out more about the project here.
  • Commissioning experts in the field to give their opinions on recently published papers
  • Listing worldwide Fellowships and Meeting information on our website
  • Sponsoring the ABC and Indian Travelling Fellows
  • Focus on articles covering common orthopaedic conditions written by specialists on a particular topic
  • In-house training courses for residents/trainees and reviewers
  • Producing specialty supplements both written and audio

PLUS if you are a trainee/ resident or in a non-training position equivalent to a specialist registrar, you can subscribe to BJJ print and online access at a 50% discount. Subscribe online or email subs@boneandjoint.org.uk to place your order.

If you would like further information on any of these activities, or have suggestions on how we could contribute to orthopaedic education, please email us.

 


In 2015 the British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery has supported the development of orthopaedic services and training in Gondar, Ethiopia, through a grant of £6200 to World Orthopaedic Concern UK. Mr Alwyn Abraham and colleagues visited Gondar in November 2015.

In addition, the Society has supported Mr Sven Putnis with a grant of £2000 for a 6-month trauma fellowship in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, between April and October 2015.