JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques: Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation (with special guest Ed Cheng)

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JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques: Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation (with special guest Ed Cheng)
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Episode 22 October 11, 2021 00:28:56

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guest Ed Cheng, Editor of JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques, in celebrating the 10-year history of the launch of JBJS’s innovative peer-reviewed video journal, with a focus on the overlap between the art and science of surgery and how audio-video communication can be used as an effective learning tool to “get inside the mind” of the master surgeon.

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Links:  

Cheng EY, Swiontkowski MF. JBJS Essential Surgical Techniques: Celebrating 10 Years of Innovation. JBJS Essent Surg Tech. July-September 2021; 11 (3): e21.00047. https://jbjs.org/reader.php?id=209938&rsuite\_id=3013329&native=1&source=JBJS\_Essential\_Surgical\_Techniques%2F11%2F3%2Fe21.00047%2Ffulltext#info

Cheng EY. Announcing a New Video and Written Abstract Format for All Essential Surgical Techniques Articles. JBJS Essent Surg Tech. January-March 2020; 10 (1): e0061. 10.2106/JBJS.ST.19.00061. https://jbjs.org/reader.php?id=205809&rsuite\_id=2296017&native=1&source=JBJS\_Essential\_Surgical\_Techniques%2F10%2F1%2Fe0061%2Ffulltext#info

Cheng EY, Swiontkowski MF. Leaving a Legacy While Achieving Maximum Impact. JBJS EST Now in PubMed Central. JBJS Essent Surg Tech. December 26, 2018; 8 (4): e28. 10.2106/JBJS.ST.18.00095. https://jbjs.org/reader.php?id=204828&rsuite\_id=1856114&native=1&source=JBJS\_Essential\_Surgical\_Techniques%2F8%2F4%2Fe28%2Ffulltext#info

Cheng EY. Key Procedures. On the Cutting Edge for Teaching Surgical Techniques. JBJS Essent Surg Tech. October 28, 2015; 5 (4): e21. 10.2106/JBJS.ST.O.00071. https://jbjs.org/reader.php?id=206221&rsuite\_id=2437094&native=1&source=JBJS\_Essential\_Surgical\_Techniques%2F5%2F4%2Fe21%2Ffulltext#info

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