Evidence-Based Orthopedics (Second Edition) and the Future of Books in Orthopaedic Learning

Evidence-Based Orthopedics (Second Edition) and the Future of Books in Orthopaedic Learning
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Evidence-Based Orthopedics (Second Edition) and the Future of Books in Orthopaedic Learning
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Episode 23 October 25, 2021 00:10:07

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this entertaining episode, Marc and Mo focus on the recent publication of the second edition of Mo’s comprehensive textbook, Evidence-Based Orthopedics, as a springboard for a larger discussion of the role of books—and indeed, all printed media—in the future of orthopaedic learning and staying up to date in the field. OrthoJOE Mailbag: feedback, comments, and suggestions from our audience can be sent to [email protected] 

Links:  

Bhandari M, editor. Evidence Based Orthopedics. Second Edition. John Wiley and Sons Ltd/Wiley-Blackwell. 2021. ISBN 9781119414991. https://www.mobythegreat.com/books/mohit-bhandari/evidence-based-orthopedics/9781119414001?gclid=CjwKCAjw7--KBhAMEiwAxfpkWHiFh8TSC4sjrRavQO0K8q1dox3FAvqRiLIEhJfWLhVBEIbB-MsZjhoCbH4QAvD\_BwE     

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