JBJS Reviews, Shaking Pete Townshend’s Hand, and Rediscovering What’s Important (with special guest Tom Einhorn)

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JBJS Reviews, Shaking Pete Townshend’s Hand, and Rediscovering What’s Important (with special guest Tom Einhorn)
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Episode 34 April 04, 2022 00:26:07

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by Tom Einhorn, Editor of JBJS Reviews (and accomplished guitarist and singer) in a captivating discussion about the past, present, and future of JBJS Reviews; the practical application of Team Approach and Critical Analysis articles in optimizing patient care; and the importance of maintaining a healthy work-life balance by pursuing creative interests in the arts. (Spoiler alert: in the late 1960’s, Tom’s bands opened for such renowned artists as The Who, Cream, and The Association.)

 

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Subspecialties:

  • Basic Science
  • Education and Training
  • Ethics
  • Foot and Ankle
  • Hand and Wrist
  • Hip
  • Infection
  • Knee
  • Oncology
  • Orthopaedic Essentials
  • Pain Management
  • Rehabilitation
  • Pediatrics
  • Spine
  • Shoulder
  • Elbow
  • Sports Medicine
  • Trauma

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