More and more often, orthopaedic surgeons and other health care professionals are turning to the Internet to find answers to their clinical questions. Speed is important, but it’s not the only consideration: These clinicians also need to know that the resources they’re consulting can be counted on to provide accurate, unbiased information.

One of those resources is OrthopaedicsOne, thanks to our many content partners – organizations and institutions that have made it their goal to develop and share content assets with the global orthopaedic and musculoskeletal medicine community via OrthopaedicsOne.

As acknowledged subject matter experts, content partners on OrthopaedicsOne:

  • Provide original content
  • Develop content repositories
  • Tailor existing materials for our audience

In return, OrthopaedicsOne allows our content partners to:

  • Retain copyright to all materials contributed to OrthopaedicsOne
  • Share in the profits from any advertising or sponsorships sold against content they contributed
  • Promote their organization or institution on the site

Through our search engine optimization efforts, the content on OrthopaedicsOne is highly discoverable by the major search engines. As a result, the content our partners contribute is easily found and used.

Our content partnerships present a win-win-win situation – for OrthopaedicsOne, for our content partners, and, most important, for the patients of the thousands of orthopaedic surgeons and other health care professionals who consult our site each month.

Case Example: Original Content from American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society

The American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (AOFAS) leverages the expertise of its members to develop original content for the Foot and Ankle section of OrthopaedicsOne .

The section’s Editorial Board, currently led by Editor-in-Chief Dr. Johnny Lau from the University of Toronto, has set up a rigorous process for commissioning and peer-reviewing articles using the OrthopaedicsOne publishing platform and peer-preview workflow system. All articles are written according to a template to ensure that each author covers the key areas of their topic.

The result is highly reliable, up-to-date content that can help guide both new and experienced foot and ankle surgeons in their practice.

Case Example: Video Repository for International Congress for Joint Reconstruction

OrthopaedicsOne has a number of content repositories: Videos, Presentations, Proceedings, and Images, for example.

The International Congress for Joint Reconstruction (ICJR) has created a content repository in the OrthopaedicsOne Videos space. This repository creates an exclusive content channel for the organization to showcase video presentations from the many meetings ICJR sponsors annually.

In addition, videos from ICJR’s inaugural educational meeting form the syllabus for the Joint Reconstruction section of OrthopaedicsOne.

Case Example: Theme Collections from Canadian Orthopaedic Association

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.

The four to six thematic articles that appear in each issue of COA Bulletin have become our popular Subspecialty Theme Collections, and the point/counterpoint forum articles from the publication are now available in the OrthopaedicsOne Viewpoints space.

Contact Information

For more information about becoming a content partner on OrthopaedicsOne, pleasecontact our Editorial Team