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Searching the internet for orthopaedic knowledge

Location: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/86-B/8/1105

Searching the internet for orthopaedic knowledge. Simpson P, Oliver CW. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2004 Nov;86(8):1105-7 Full text available
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Staying Up To Date - Using Google Reader and RSS Feeds

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/coa-bulletin/issue-77/it-staying-up-to-date-using-google-reader-and-rss-feeds ...

This tutorial has been designed to introduce you to RSS and take advantage of RSS Readers to efficiently manage your collection of orthopaedic news, journals, portals and PubMed updates. Using an RSS Reader can save you time and energy in managing your orthoapedic reading.
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The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons Orthopaedia and You

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2650056/

The Association of Bone and Joint Surgeons might be the most important orthopaedic organization you never heard of. The Association was formed in 1947 to advance the science and practice of orthopaedic surgery. For more than 60 years, it has promoted the creation, evaluation, and dissemination of new knowledge and...
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The future of orthopaedics on the Internet

Location: http://www.actaorthopaedica.be/acta/download/1998-2/9689748.pdf

What is the Orthogate Project? The goal of the project is to make every information resource you may need as an orthopaedic surgeon, allied healthcare provider or patient availabe from a web browser and thos on your consultation desk
Precis of the Orthogate Manifesto
Acta Orthop Belg. 1998 Jun;64(2):121-2. The future of orthopaedics...
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The Information Age - Implications for Orthopaedic Education

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/the-information-age-implications-for-orthopae ...

The rapid development and popularization of the Internet have profoundly changed the accessibility of information for those involved in health care decisions (residents, physicians, patients, nurses). Rapid developments in basic and clinical science, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies place their own pressures on learning orthopaedics. Now, more than ever, we need...
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The Introduction of Digital Radiology

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/the-introduction-of-digital-radiology-a-survi ...

Digital imaging is here to stay- and not just because digital cameras are now so omnipresent. Every orthopaedist's patient care will be impacted by the new technology of digital radiology. New imaging modalities (spiral CT, PET/CT, total body MRI) have resulted in studies with hundreds of slices. Traditional archiving and...
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The use of the Internet by orthopaedic outpatients

Location: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/83-B/8/1096

Since the development of the world wide web the volume of information available on the Internet to both orthopaedic patients and surgeons has increased enormously. At the end of 2000 it was estimated that 33.5% of the population of the UK were using the Internet on a regular basis. Increasing numbers...
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Trauma and orthopaedic surgery on the Internet

Location: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/81-B/1/3

The Internet is rapidly expanding as a means of acquiring health information for medical professionals. It is now impossible to identify the total number of websites providing specialist information in trauma and orthopaedic surgery. Webpages may be from a leading expert with excellent documentation and a complete bibliography or merely...
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Two Views of the Future

Location: http://www.coa-aco.org/library/orthopaedic-informatics/two-views-of-the-future.html

This patient has seen her family doctor because of anterior knee pain and has been told she may have chondromalacia (how do you spell that doc?) and should do some quadriceps strengthening exercises. Under some pressure, a referral to an orthopaedic surgeon has been made and they are coming to...
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Unstated factors in orthopaedic decision-making

Location: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1471-2474/11/213/abstract

Our study examined how decisions are made about TJR in orthopaedic consultations.
The way in which roles and communication are played out in decision-making for TJR may affect the opportunity for shared decisions. This may contribute to variation in the provision of TJR. Making the importance of these factors explicit and...
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What questions do patients undergoing lower extremity joint replacement surgery have

Location: http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6963/3/11

CONCLUSIONS: Although there was enough agreement to define a core set of questions that should be addressed with most patients considering THA or TKA, some of the remaining questions were also highly important to some patients. The Web may offer a flexible medium for accommodating this large variety of information...
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