Advice From the Editors
JBJS Editors and Deputy Editors are leaders in the orthopaedic field, with a vast cumulative knowledge of the ins and outs of manuscript writing, editing, review, research, and publication. Over the years, they have written and lectured on these topics, and we invite you take a look at the sampling below.
Methodological Considerations. Marc F. Swiontkowski, JBJS Editor-in-Chief; Eng Lee; and Dasiuke Togawa
Critical Principles of Medical Writing. Vernon T. Tolo, JBJS Editor Emeritus
Effective Medical Writing and Critical Interpretation of the Literature. James D. Heckman, JBJS Editor Emeritus
How to Achieve Excellence in Research Methodology. Charles R. Clark, JBJS Deputy Editor
Publishing in the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. Vernon T. Tolo, JBJS Editor Emeritus
Publication of Articles in Scientific Journals. James D. Heckman, JBJS Editor Emeritus
Advance Your Career in Scholarly Publications. Charles R. Clark, JBJS Deputy Editor, and Marc F. Swiontkowski, JBJS Editor-in-Chief
Studying and Reporting Sex and Race Differences in Musculoskeletal Health. Michelle A. James, JBJS Deputy Editor; and Vernon T. Tolo, JBJS Editor Emeritus
Using Peer Review Comments in a Constructive Way. Ian Burgess, Wolters Kluwer Group Publisher
Evidence Based Medicine. James D. Heckman, JBJS Editor Emeritus
Updating the Assignment of Levels of Evidence. Robert G. Marx, JBJS Deputy Editor; Sean M. Wilson; and Marc F. Swiontkowski, Editor-in-Chief
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