People

The People Who Bring You JBJS

Starting with Mark H. Rogers in 1916 and continuing to Marc Swiontkowski today, 11 orthopaedists–all recognized experts in the field–have served as the Editor-in-Chief (EIC) of JBJS. As you learn more about these individuals, you’ll see that every EIC brought different personalities to the job – from warm and humble to gregarious, energetic, and determined. While their approaches may have differed, it is clear that every EIC shared the same commitment to serving the orthopaedic community by delivering gold-standard scientific content.

By reading the editorials that we have highlighted, you will be able to appreciate how each EIC addressed the leading orthopaedic issues of their day and contributed to the field of orthopaedics in meaningful ways.

If you’re curious about the other dedicated JBJS staff members working behind the scenes to bring you trusted content, read how our EICs and Deputy Editors (DEs) apply the rigorous fact-checking, line editing, and manuscript reviews required of a leading scientific journal. As JBJS grew to serve you better over the years, so did our editorial staff, with the addition of product editors, copy editors, editorial assistants, and content creators. We have also continued to expand our international stable of reviewers and our Editorial Board.

At JBJS, our people are inspired by those we serve: orthopaedists like you. We hope that the dedication of our EICs and other JBJS editorial experts inspires you as well.

Learn about the people who have shaped JBJS as you travel the timeline.

1889
January
1889

Data You Can Trust

It is the mission of JBJS, Inc. “to improve musculoskeletal health across the globe by delivering gold-standard information resources for clinicians, researchers, and orthopaedic care teams,” and this focus on delivering high-quality information is reflected in the meticulous copy-editing of every JBJS article.

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January - 1889

Data You Can Trust

1916
January
1916

Mark H. Rogers, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Rogers served as the first Editor of The American Journal of Orthopedic Surgery, replacing a 3-man Editorial Committee. He served as an officer in the Medical Corps during his tenure, and resigned from his position in 1918.

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January - 1916

Mark H. Rogers, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Rogers.
Mark Homer Rogers 1877-1941

1919
January
1919

H. Winnett Orr, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Orr served as Editor-in-Chief from 1919 to 1921. During his tenure, the editorial offices were moved to Lincoln, NE, while the business offices remained in Boston.

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January - 1919

H. Winnett Orr, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Orr, along with an editorial Dr. Orr wrote at the end of his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (1919-1921).
Hiram Winnett Orr 1877-1956
Editorial

1921
January
1921

Elliott G. Brackett, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Deemed the “first Editor in the modern sense” by the AOA, Dr. Brackett set the tone for JBJS and turned it into the printed mainstay of the orthopaedic surgical community. During his tenure, subscriptions increased from 797 to over 3,300.

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January - 1921

Elliott G. Brackett, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Brackett, along with 2 editorials Dr. Brackett wrote during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (1921-1942).
Elliott Gray Brackett
Editorial Department. Foreword for the Year 1922
Tuberculosis in China

1926
January
1926

Women in JBJS

The role of women over time has truly evolved at the Journal.

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January - 1926

Women in JBJS

1944
January
1944

William A. Rogers, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Rogers coordinated a joint publication with The British Orthopaedic Association. Under his guidance, JBJS also became a nonprofit corporation with its Trustees appointed by The American Orthopaedic Association, its former owner, and The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons.

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January - 1944

William A. Rogers, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Rogers, along with 2 editorials Dr. Rogers wrote during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (1944-1958).
William Alexander Rogers, M. D. March 30, 1892 to April 4,1975
Editorial Announcement
Editorial

1954
April
1954

Steve Tilton, Managing Editor, a ‘gentleman’s gentleman’

During his tenure from 1952-2000, Steve Tilton was a talented, dedicated and beloved contributor to JBJS.

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April - 1954

Steve Tilton, Managing Editor, a ‘gentleman’s gentleman’

Steve Tilton went to college at Colby, in Maine, and was a second-generation conscientious objector who served in the American Field Service in World War II, as his father had in World War I. Mr. Tilton drove an ambulance in North Africa, Italy, and Germany. After the war, it seems he had had his fill of excitement in motorized vehicles, and he never drove again. He taught English at Beirut University for a time, then came to Boston to attend BU for a graduate degree in English literature, but did not enjoy being back in school and did not stay long. He started at JBJS in 1954. He arrived on time at the office, lunched always at 11:30, read the Boston Globe at his desk after lunch, and never worked past closing time.

He was a homebody, and when asked what he planned to do on his spring vacation, he was known to mention that he might venture out to Harvard Square in Cambridge, around two miles from his home; however, he really enjoyed the bi-annual trips to England to meet with the British once those trips began in the 70’s or 80’s.

He retired from his role as Managing Editor in 1998 and worked part-time for JBJS as Manager of the Journal of Orthopaedic Research. He officially retired in 2000.

1958
January
1958

Thornton Brown, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Brown improved the rapidity of publication of articles by increasing the number of journal issues to 8 per year. Additionally, his meticulous insistence on accuracy and clarity set the highest standards for publishing in JBJS.

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January - 1958

Thornton Brown, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Brown, along with an editorial Dr. Brown wrote during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (1958-1978).
Thornton Brown, M.D., 1913-2000
Editorial

1973
January
1973

Mady Tissenbaum

Mady Tissenbaum’s work over the course of her >40-year tenure is largely responsible for making JBJS what it is today: the premier orthopaedic journal in the world.

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January - 1973

Mady Tissenbaum

1979
January
1979

Paul H. Curtiss Jr., MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Curtiss established the Current Concepts Reviews and Letters to the Editor sections during his tenure and increased publication to 9 issues per year. He was the first medical editor to suggest that authors disclose potential conflicts of interest.

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January - 1979

Paul H. Curtiss Jr., MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click below to read the obituary for Dr. Curtiss, along with an editorial Dr. Curtiss wrote during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (1979-1985).
Paul H. Curtiss Jr., MD 1920-2007
Editorial Announcement

1986
January
1986

Henry R. Cowell, MD, PhD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Cowell brought JBJS into the modern age of electronic publishing. He replaced typewriters with computers, started the JBJS website and put its content on CD-ROMs, introduced desktop publishing, and instituted a computerized database for article tracking.

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January - 1986

1994
January
1994

Excellence in Peer Review

The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery has long been committed to serving the orthopaedic community and enhancing patient care by publishing high-quality information.

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January - 1994

Excellence in Peer Review

2000
January
2000

Michael W. Chapman, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2000-01

Dr. Chapman approved the OREF-JBJS Journal Club, teamed with HighWire Press for the electronic version of JBJS, and created a CD-ROM version of JBJS. The historic member benefit contract between the AAOS and JBJS was agreed to in 2001.

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January - 2000

Michael W. Chapman, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2000-01

Dr. Chapman oversaw additional high-level business developments. The Board clarified that JBJS would retain full copyright on all published content, and that it would not grant that copyright to others. Prior to this, exceptions for certain institutions were allowed.

Also, the Trustees agreed that the cover of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery would reflect its origins from the American Orthopaedic Association.

January
2000

Jim Heckman Recognized for Energy and Determination

Dr. Heckman brought enormous energy and fierce determination to his role as Editor-in-Chief. He encouraged the publication of unbiased research and routine reviews by statisticians. He also intensified efforts to network with other journals with an eye toward best and ethical publishing practices.

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January - 2000

Jim Heckman Recognized for Energy and Determination

January
2000

James D. Heckman, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Heckman spearheaded several important initiatives, including a focus on evidence-based medicine, shortening the time from submission to publication, advancing the integration of print and electronic publication, and expanding the types of articles (Orthopaedic Forum, Ethics in Practice, Evidence-Based Orthopaedics).

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January - 2000

James D. Heckman, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click on read more for links to editorials written by Dr. Heckman during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (2000-2009).

2002
January
2002

Walter B. Greene, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2002

Dr. Greene appointed and promoted James Heckman as Editor-in-Chief and Mady Tissenbaum as the General Manager of JBJS, Inc. On December 31, 2002, the Board of Trustees froze the Defined Benefit Plan.

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January - 2002

Walter B. Greene, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2002

Also under Dr. Greene’s guidance, the agreement to make JBJS a member benefit of the AAOS was officially implemented. After a long-standing relationship, the separation of the American and British versions of The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery began.

During his tenure, Dr. Greene reaffirmed the ongoing mission of JBJS for excellence in scientific publishing and encouraged the discussion of other alternative educational opportunities.

2003
January
2003

Bernard F. Morrey, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2003

Dr. Morrey approved Surgical Techniques as a supplement to The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery.

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January - 2003

Bernard F. Morrey, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2003

2004
January
2004

James R. Urbaniak, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2004-05

Dr. Urbaniak determined that JBJS should create a business plan for a commercially viable, online, electronic strategy. The member benefit agreement between the AAOS and JBJS was also revised and extended through 2011.

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January - 2004

James R. Urbaniak, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2004-05

2006
January
2006

Jesse C. DeLee, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2006

Dr. DeLee approved free subscriptions for all PGY2 through PGY5 residents and expanded the Journal Club program with the OREF for 2007 and 2008.

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January - 2006

Jesse C. DeLee, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2006

Dr. DeLee also initiated succession planning for the Editor role for 2009. The Board of Trustees had previously decided to pursue a position that combined the Editor role with a new CEO role.

2009
January
2009

James H. Herndon, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2009-10

Dr. Herndon created the International Development Committee to expand the global JBJS brand, extended the Joint Publishing Agreement with The British Editorial Society, and extended the AAOS/JBJS Member Benefit Agreement.

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January - 2009

James H. Herndon, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2009-10

Under Dr. Herndon’s guidance, the strategic decision was made to change the traditional business model of JBJS—led by an Editor-in-Chief who also served as CEO—to one where the business functions (CEO & CFO) were separated from the editorial functions (Editor-in-Chief). Kent Anderson was hired as the first CEO/Publisher of JBJS.

To facilitate this change, a new Board committee— the Editorial Advisory Committee—was appointed to maintain open communications between the Editor-in-Chief and the Board of Trustees. Dr. Herndon improved Board communications with monthly conference calls and advanced Board education with strategic discussions led by experts at each annual meeting.

2010
January
2010

Vernon T. Tolo, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Tolo continued to shepherd JBJS into the electronic age, most notably during the switch to 2 monthly issues of the flagship journal and the launch of several new electronic-only publications (JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques, JBJS Case Connector, and JBJS Reviews).

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January - 2010

Vernon T. Tolo, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click on Read More for links to editorials written by Dr. Tolo during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (2010-2014).

2011
January
2011

Edward N. Hanley, Jr., MD, Chairman of the Board, 2011-12

Dr. Hanley approved an expansion of journal titles, with the introduction of JBJS Case Connector, JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques, and JBJS Reviews. With Dr. Mark Miller, a joint venture was approved to develop the JBJS Virtual Recertification Course.

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January - 2011

Edward N. Hanley, Jr., MD, Chairman of the Board, 2011-12

Additionally, Dr. Hanley oversaw the new Enterprise growth strategy led by Kent Anderson, CEO. The Enterprise approach would allow JBJS, Inc. to grow and diversify to meet short-term challenges and long-term stability

Under Dr. Hanley’s leadership of the Enterprise approach, the JBJS name was changed to Striatus Orthopaedic Communications, Inc. The relationships with the AAOS and AOA were redefined, establishing JBJS as a totally independent, non-profit organization. The long-standing business relationship between JBJS and its British counterparts was terminated, resulting in the British journal being renamed The Bone and Joint Journal. Also, JBJS moved its publishing platform from Highwire to Silverchair.

June
2011

Edward Y. Cheng, MD, Editor of JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques

Dr. Cheng specializes in orthopaedic oncology (bone and soft tissue tumors) and adult reconstructive surgery (joint replacement). His research focuses on soft-tissue tumors and sarcomas, bone tumors, osteonecrosis, and complex joint replacement.

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June - 2011

Edward Y. Cheng, MD, Editor of JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques

2012
January
2012

Thomas A. Einhorn, MD, Editor of JBJS Reviews

Dr. Einhorn is an internationally renowned expert in adult hip and knee reconstruction surgery. He has researched the study of novel biologic techniques to treat joint ailments, written more than 240 articles, and contributed to multiple textbooks.

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January - 2012

Thomas A. Einhorn, MD, Editor of JBJS Reviews

2013
January
2013

Stuart L. Weinstein, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2013

Dr. Weinstein instituted a submission fee for JBJS scientific articles and formed the Editor-in-Chief Search Committee which was formed to replace retiring Editor-in-Chief Vernon Tolo, MD.

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January - 2013

Stuart L. Weinstein, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2013

Dr. Weinstein also approved the Peer Review Evaluation Score (preSCORE) initiative to give readers insight into the peer review process around individual articles.

Marc Swiontkowski, MD, was selected by the Editor-in-Chief Search Committee as the next Editor-in-Chief in December 2013.

2014
January
2014

Richard H. Gelberman, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2014-15

Under Dr. Gelberman’s leadership, JBJS entered its first significant publishing agreement with Wolters Kluwer Health, effective beginning 2016. Dr. Gelberman also authorized the asset acquisition of the Journal of Orthopaedics for Physician Assistants, now JBJS JOPA.

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January - 2014

Richard H. Gelberman, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2014-15

Dr. Gelberman also helped reorganize editorial roles at JBJS. He replaced Kent Anderson as CEO/Publisher and then split the responsibilities of the role. Mady Tissenbaum was promoted to Publisher, and Paul Sandford as CEO of JBJS, Inc., in August 2014.

Additionally, JBJS began the use of SocialCite for citation processing. Editorial assets further evolved as the SocialCite project was terminated in December 2014. JBJS preSCORE assets were also sold, and the organization changed its brand back to JBJS, Inc. from Striatus Orthopaedic Communications, Inc. Moving forward, JBJS would focus on the orthopaedic market prospectively.

January
2014

Marc F. Swiontkowski, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Swiontkowski has continued the tradition of excellence through the launch of new publications (JBJS Open Access, JBJS JOPA) and educational offerings (JBJS Clinical Classroom, JBJS MRC), all driven by a consistent focus on patient outcomes and practice-changing scientific content.

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January - 2014

Marc F. Swiontkowski, MD, assumes role as Editor-in-Chief

Click on Read More for links to editorials written by Dr. Swiontkowski during his tenure as Editor-in-Chief (2014-present).

February
2014

Thomas W. Bauer, MD, PhD, Co-Editor of JBJS Case Connector

Dr. Bauer is recognized as an early innovator in the application of digital imaging to surgical pathology research. After over 30 years at the Cleveland Clinic, he is now the Pathologist-in-Chief at the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York.

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February - 2014

Thomas W. Bauer, MD, PhD, Co-Editor of JBJS Case Connector

December
2014

Marc Swiontkowski Joins

After serving as Deputy Editor of JBJS for 18 years, and Editor of JBJS Case Connector for three years, Marc Swiontowski was appointed as Editor-in-Chief. As a trauma surgeon, Dr. Swiontowski was widely known for his role in elucidating the importance of evidence in orthopaedic research.

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December - 2014

Marc Swiontkowski Joins

2016
January
2016

James H. Beaty, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2016-17

Dr. Beaty expanded the JBJS product offering by launching JBJS Open Access in partnership with Wolters Kluwer and by building JBJS Clinical Classroom in partnership with NEJM Group and Area 9 Learning.

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January - 2016

James H. Beaty, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2016-17

Dr. Beaty convened the Millennial Advisory Group to consult on the new JBJS website, jbjs.org. JBJS journals were moved from the Highwire platform to jbjs.org and the electronic journals platform of Wolters Kluwer. Under Dr. Beaty’s leadership, the Board of Trustees managed the transition following the termination of the AAOS/JBJS Member Benefit Agreement by the AAOS, which had been in place since 2002.

Further, JBJS sold its building in Needham, MA, at the height of the commercial real estate market, and then leased it back.

February
2016

Ronald W. Lindsey, MD, Co-Editor of JBJS Case Connector

Dr. Lindsey has been in clinical practice for almost 35 years. He is an expert on orthopaedic spine and trauma conditions and the Chair of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Medical Branch.

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February - 2016

Ronald W. Lindsey, MD, Co-Editor of JBJS Case Connector

March
2016

Eng Hin Lee, MD, Co-Editor of JBJS Open Access

Dr. Lee specializes in the management of orthopaedic problems in children. His research interests are in stem cell biology and musculoskeletal tissue engineering, especially for cartilage and physeal repair and regeneration.

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March - 2016

Eng Hin Lee, MD, Co-Editor of JBJS Open Access

March
2016

Robin R. Richards, MD, FRCSC, Co-Editor of JBJS Open Access

Dr. Richards maintains an active practice focusing on arthroplasty of the shoulder and elbow, upper extremity reconstruction following trauma, soft tissue procedures to control joint instabilities in the upper extremity, and the surgical treatment of irreparable brachial plexus injury.

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March - 2016

Robin R. Richards, MD, FRCSC, Co-Editor of JBJS Open Access

May
2016

Dagan Cloutier, PA-C, Editor of JBJS Journal of Orthopaedics for Physician Assistants

Dagan Cloutier has a general orthopaedic practice and sees patients of all ages and with all types of musculoskeletal complaints. He also oversees a bone health program that focuses on treating osteoporosis in patients who have sustained a fragility fracture.

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May - 2016

Dagan Cloutier, PA-C, Editor of JBJS Journal of Orthopaedics for Physician Assistants

2018
January
2018

Andrew J. Weiland, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2018-19

Dr. Weiland helped JBJS expand its education portfolio by acquiring The Miller Review Courses from Dr. Mark Miller and by launching the new AOA Critical Issues in Education Channel in JBJS Open Access.

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January - 2018

Andrew J. Weiland, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2018-19

The AOA Critical Issues in Education Channel was launched as part of an expansion of the agreement between JBJS and the American Orthopaedic Association (AOA). Additionally, The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery and all other journals became a member benefit of the AOA, which allows for all domestic residents to receive JBJS for free via the CORD group.

During Dr. Weiland’s tenure, the Board of Trustees also terminated JBJS’s frozen pension plan and acquired ownership stake in Orthoevidence™, a global online source for high quality and timely orthopaedic‐only evidence‐based summaries that are pre‐appraised by orthopaedic medical experts.

2019
January
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Open Access

JBJS Open Access is an international, peer-reviewed, open-access journal from the publishers of JBJS. The mission of this continuously published online-only journal is to provide a steady flow of comprehensive, objective, and evidence-based basic-science and clinical studies that have the potential to impact orthopaedic care worldwide.

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January - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Open Access

February
2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Choosing where to submit a manuscript

Dr. Swiontkowski discusses key factors to consider when deciding where to submit a manuscript. For complete instructions for authors and other materials, please visit the JBJS Author Resource Center at JBJS.org.

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February - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Choosing where to submit a manuscript

March
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski on choosing orthopaedics

Dr. Swiontkowski provides advice to residents who are considering the field of orthopaedics.

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March - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski on choosing orthopaedics

March
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Trends in orthopaedics

One major trend in the field of orthopaedics is focused on improving research methodology due to more sophisticated analytic approaches. Get the guidance that you need to excel in an evolving field by visiting JBJS.org.

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March - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Trends in orthopaedics

April
2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Multi-generational family resource

An orthopaedist can become a family resource by taking care of families over generations; from children to grandparents.

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April - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Multi-generational family resource

May
2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Meaningful moments as an orthopaedist

Connecting with a patient in providing a surgical or non-surgical solution that results in a good outcome and even more importantly struggling with a patient and their family through a mediocre outcome.

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May - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Meaningful moments as an orthopaedist

June
2019

Dr. Marc Swiontkowski’s career: Getting published for the first time

Dr. Swiontkowski recalls having his first manuscript published in the Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics as 3rd year orthopaedic resident. Ready to get published? Visit the JBJS Author Resource Center at JBJS.org.

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June - 2019

Dr. Marc Swiontkowski’s career: Getting published for the first time

July
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Current role of JBJS Editor-in-Chief

Authors play an important role at JBJS. Listen to Dr. Swiontkowski discuss his efforts in support of these valued stakeholders. For complete instructions for authors and other materials, please visit the JBJS Author Resource Center at JBJS.org.

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July - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Current role of JBJS Editor-in-Chief

August
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Reviews

JBJS Reviews is an innovative review journal from the publishers of The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery. This continuously published online journal provides comprehensive, objective, and authoritative review articles written by recognized experts in the field.

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August - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Reviews

September
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Broad reach of orthopaedics

The breadth of orthopaedics encompasses pediatrics, hand, spine, arthroplasty, etc. JBJS delivers complete coverage to a broad field. Please visit JBJS.org.

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September - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: Broad reach of orthopaedics

October
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Case Connector

JBJS Case Connector helps improve patient care by providing the medical community with a journal that harnesses technology to provide information tools for discovery and reporting of unusual musculoskeletal problems, findings, treatment, and outcomes.

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October - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Case Connector

October
2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Translation resources for authors

Our Publisher, Wolters Kluwer, has resources available to provide translation and editorial processes prior to submission. Information on translation services is available at the JBJS Author Resource Center on JBJS.org.

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October - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Translation resources for authors

November
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques

JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques is the premier journal describing how to perform orthopaedic surgical procedures, verified by evidence based outcomes, vetted by peer review, while utilizing online delivery, imagery and video to optimize the educational experience, thereby enhancing patient care.

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November - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques

November
2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Video and surgical education

Visual resources that have come about in the last 10-15 years in terms of rich resources for video projection of surgical techniques and assessment of patients has had a huge impact in orthopaedics.

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November - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Swiontkowski: Video and surgical education

December
2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS JOPA

JBJS JOPA is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes timely and practical articles covering all orthopaedic subspecialties for physician assistants (PAs) and nurse practitioners (NPs). JOPA provides a unique forum for health-care practitioners to share knowledge and experiences with colleagues in the profession.

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December - 2019

A conversation with Dr. Marc Swiontkowski: JBJS JOPA

2020
January
2020

James R. Kasser, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2020-Present

Dr. Kasser is the current Chairman of the Board of Trustees for JBJS. A pediatric orthopaedic surgeon working at Boston Children’s Hospital for more than 30 years, his primary clinical focus has been on lower extremity congenital abnormalities and trauma.

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January - 2020

James R. Kasser, MD, Chairman of the Board, 2020-Present

December
2020

Christopher P. Chiodo, MD Section Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery Service, Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital

Dr. Chiodo specializes in disorders of the foot and ankle, seeing patients with a wide range of foot and ankle problems. His research interests include bunion surgery and clinical and biomechanical analyses of fixation techniques. Dr. Chiodo serves as the Deputy Editor for JBJS Clinical Classroom.

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December - 2020

Christopher P. Chiodo, MD Section Chief, Foot and Ankle Surgery Service, Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital

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