OFFICIAL LAUNCH! An interactive, adaptive learning tool featuring more than 2,800 questions with comprehensive feedback across 10 orthopaedic specialties. Questions are case-based, clinically relevant and based on the best-available evidence. 1-Year Membership can be purchased as a package containing all modules or as individual modules by subspecialty. JBJS Clinical Classroom is a lifelong learning resource authored by orthopaedic physicians with new content being added regularly. It is sold as a membership. After initial purchase, a low maintenance fee is all that is required to continue your access to this unique resource. Each year when your membership is about to expire, we will remind you to visit our store to extend your term by paying the maintenance fee ($75 per module, up to $150 maximum). You may do this at any time prior to 30 days after service lapses. If you’re not completely satisfied, you may contact us within 30 days for a full refund.
Eleven modules with each containing questions and learning resources in the areas of Trauma; Sports Medicine; Adult Hip Reconstruction; Adult Knee Reconstruction; Spine; Shoulder & Elbow; Hand & Wrist; Foot & Ankle; Pediatrics; Basic Science & Pathology; and Ethics
Topics include hip anatomy; hip osteoarthritis; primary and revision total hip arthroplasty including surgical approaches, implant and bearing wear/concerns, surgical techniques, perioperative considerations, periprosthetic fracture, and complications; hip hemiarthroplasty; non-arthroplasty hip procedures; unusual conditions including acetabular and femoral reconstruction for DDH, and protrusion. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include knee inflammatory and osteoarthritis; non-and operative management of knee arthritis including arthroscopy, and varus/valgus producing osteotomy; unicompartmental arthroplasty; primary total knee arthroplasty including indications, implant design/type, techniques and complications; revision total knee arthroplasty; periprosthetic infection; pain management; and patient outcomes. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include spinal fractures including compression fractures; spinal cord injury and trauma including gunshot wounds; spinal cord syndromes; spinal degenerative disorders; spinal infections; deformities; and tumors. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include treatment of bone and ligament injuries to the hip, knee, foot, ankle, hand, elbow, and spine; game day strategies for treatment of concussion; MRSA skin infection; heat illness; rehabilitation; female athletes’ issues; and injury prevention. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include damage control orthopaedics; polytrauma; general trauma complications; treatment of upper extremity, lower extremity, and pelvic ring fractures; and general and fracture-specific complications. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include fracture/dislocation management including metacarpal and phalangeal, radial and ulnar, scaphoid; nail and fingertip injuries; tendon injuries and tendinopathies; arthritis; hand conditions such as infection, bites, burns; wrist instability; neuropathies including carpal tunnel syndrome; peripheral nerve injuries; benign and malignant tumors; soft tissue reconstruction; congenital disorders. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics including fractures and injuries; non-accidental trauma; neck and spine disorders; upper extremity, lower extremity and hip disorders; limb deficiencies; neuromuscular disorders; skeletal dysplasias; metabolic and hematologic disease; infection; tumors; and syndromes such as Ehlers-Danlos, Marfan’s, Down’s, neurofibromatosis, arthrogryposis, and Prader-Willi. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include molecular and cell biology; bone mineralization; biomechanics of musculoskeletal tissues; bone and tissue engineering; function and formation of articular cartilage, tendons and ligaments; immunology; orthopaedic complications including thromboembolism, adult respiratory distress syndrome; fat embolism, and shock; metabolic bone disease; tumors; and pathological fractures. Ethics module is complimentary with purchase.
Topics include general ethical principles such as beneficence, autonomy, nonmalficence, justice, and informed consent, as well as information outlined in the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons’ Code of Medical Ethics and Professionalism.