OrthopaedicsOne Cases delivers a focused, peer-reviewed, valuable collection of cases in all orthopaedic and musculoskeletal subspecialties so that healthcare professionals, researchers and others can easily find clinically important information on common and rare conditions. OrthopaedicsOne Cases is a repository of case notes, case presentations, case conferences and case reports. Help create the largest single collection of case reports online.

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What is the difference between a case note, case presentation, case conference and case report?

  • Case Notes are a quick way to upload images and add notes about a case. Very useful for residents to document and share learning points. (See example)
  • Case Presentations are uploaded PowerPoint presentations of a case presentation from rounds. (See example)
  • Case Conferences are interactive case based learning modules following a standardized history, physical exam, diagnostic workup approach. Create one for CME credits. (See example)
  • Case Reports are brief descriptions of rare conditions or situations with unusual diagnostic dilemma or unanticipated complications with review of literature. (See example)

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  • Excellent cost effective way of raising the profile of your institution
  • Highlight the work of your clinicians
  • Gain international recognition
  • Share clinician experiences
  • Eases the publishing pathway for junior physicians
  • Publish work of interest
  • Growing repository of cases

Benefits for members

  • Submit as many case reports as you like
  • Access to all published material
  • Reuse material for personal use and teaching
  • New case reports added continually
  • Customized alerts when new content published
  • Links to related content across OrthopaedicsOne resources