OrthopaedicsOne is a novel peer review publishing platform, a professional network, and a knowledge dissemination engine. The OrthopaedicsOne White Paper and Case Study Directory provides examples of how the OrthopaedicsOne platform can successfully meet your needs and provide highly flexible, custom solutions.
Most Fortune 500 companies — some of the most influential companies in the world — use the same dynamic, collaborative platform as OrthopaedicsOne for in-house product development and customer-facing communications. With OrthopaedicsOne, the orthopaedic community can harness this power to:
- Self-publish a monograph, a textbook, or a collection of articles
- Conduct a collective intelligence study to develop consensus on an issue
- Showcase research findings, honors, publications, and institutional programs
- Create a secure, private workspace for collaboration on a project or paper
- Network with orthopaedic surgeons and other health care professionals worldwide
- Access aggregated multimedia content 24/7 — mobile or on the web
Whether you are a surgeon, resident, medical student or a company, institution, publisher, society OrthopaedicsOne can provide solutions for your more challenging needs, such as self-publishing, content aggregation, knowledge discovery, or collaboration.
OrthopaedicsOne provides an alternative to the monopoly many believe publishers and societies have on access to content. We support the open knowledge movement – free access, reuse, and redistribution of data, content, and general information.
As scientific communication evolves, OrthopaedicsOne is already at the forefront of a new paradigm in scholarly publishing. At present, orthopaedic surgeons and other health care professionals from more than 200 countries access OrthopaedicsOne. We are charting the future of information and knowledge management in orthopaedic surgery and musculoskeletal medicine.
The Miami Sarcoma Group, under the direction of J. David Pitcher, Jr., MD, and Cynthia Emory, MD, has taken advantage of the OrthopaedicsOne self-publishing platform to collaboratively create a 16-chapter textbook on musculoskeletal oncology, complete with color images and radiologic examples, called PORTNotes – The Pathology, Orthopaedics, and Radiology of musculoskeletal Tumors
In collaboration with the Musculoskeletal Tumor Society, OrthopaedicsOne is currently hosting a pilot study on collective intelligence, called the Orthopaedic Oncology Collective Intelligence Project. The purpose of this project is to determine whether groups of orthopaedic specialists can collaborate effectively online to determine consensus on treatment options for complex patient cases, and whether that consensus impacts final treatment.
The Banner Good Samaritan Residency Program’s faculty and residents are located at multiple facilities in and around Phoenix, AZ which made communication and collaboration problematic due to firewalls between institutions. Alex McLaren, MD, Program Director, was looking for an online solution to help manage the program’s activities and documents – including documents related to logistics, didactics, curriculum, and rotations; research protocols; data; manuscripts; and presentations. He found it with OrthopaedicsOne.
The International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) sponsors numerous multi-day meetings orthopaedic professionals, including the Winter Hip and Knee Course, the Cleveland Arthroscopy Course, and the annual Insall Scott Kelly Institute Sports Medicine, Total Knee, and Hip Course. To expand the reach of the presentations from these meetings, the ICJR has created a content repository in the OrthopaedicsOne Videos space.
The Canadian Orthopaedic Association (COA) has a wealth of content assets its members have created for the COA’s quarterly publication, the COA Bulletin. By tailoring this content for OrthopaedicsOne, the COA eliminates geographic borders, reaches out to share knowledge with a global audience, and showcases the expertise of its members.
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