Introducing “Your Case Is On Hold,” with special guests Antonia Chen and Andrew Schoenfeld

Introducing “Your Case Is On Hold,” with special guests Antonia Chen and Andrew Schoenfeld
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Introducing “Your Case Is On Hold,” with special guests Antonia Chen and Andrew Schoenfeld
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Episode 32 March 07, 2022 00:16:36

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guests Antonia Chen and Andrew Schoenfeld in a discussion of their vision for the newest JBJS podcast, “Your Case Is On Hold.” Every two weeks, Antonia and Andrew give their takes on selected articles from the upcoming issue of JBJS, along with an added dose of entertainment and pop culture. Listen at the gym, on your commute, or whenever your case is on hold!

 

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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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