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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery

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The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS) provides a monthly podcast and vodcast to bring you highlights of the latest print and electronic content. JBJS has been the most valued source of information for orthopaedic surgeons and researchers for over 100 years and is the gold standard in peer-reviewed scientific information in the field.
 
Journal of ISAKOS (JISAKOS) synthesizes the latest research and evidence-based guidelines in orthopaedic sports medicine - including joint disorders - to provide busy specialists a thorough reference for diagnosing and treating patients. The journal covers important topics that serve to engage and advance the knowledge and treatment of musculoskeletal diseases and disorders. Key fields of interest include: Orthopaedic sports medicine Sports traumatology Arthroscopy Open and arthroscopic knee ...
 
Lupus Science and Medicine is a global, peer reviewed, Open Access, online journal that provides a central point for publication of basic, clinical, translational, and epidemiological studies of all aspects of lupus and related diseases. It is the first lupus-specific Open Access journal in the world and was developed in response to the need for a barrier-free forum for publication of groundbreaking studies in lupus. * The purpose of this podcast is to educate and to inform. The content of t ...
 
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Horniman Museum and Gardens

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Afro Historyscapes is a ten-episode podcast series that gives a fresh perspective on African history. We tell the story of African Histories through objects at the Horniman Museum and Gardens in South London. The podcast has been developed alongside our Community Action Research project and shares the research of our curators, project team and Community Action Researchers. The overarching theme of the series is movement with three episodes each featuring Trade, Religion and Technology. We al ...
 
Treatises, case law, Google…. what do they have in common? When you need answers, none of these will get you started faster than walking down the hall to chat with an expert. Down the Hall with Practical Law will host a panel of law firm and in-house law department leaders as well as Practical Law's editorial team that will feature plain English "What do I really need to know?" discussions and insights on trending legal topics. No legalese; just expertise.
 
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Excessive general joint laxity, a negative prognostic factor in joint instability, has not been studied to determine its relationship with bipolar bone loss in anterior shoulder instability. In conclusion, patients with anterior shoulder instability and excessive joint laxity had significantly wider Hill-Sachs lesions and more off-track lesions tha…
 
Elderly investors or those with a mental or physical disability may be unable to make sound financial decisions on their own and are more vulnerable to exploitation. Host Haile Arrindell talks to Kelly Brennan about the new laws and regulations that empower financial institutions to act when they suspect financial exploitation of elderly or otherwi…
 
In this episode of the JISAKOS Podcast, Social Media Editors Emmanouil Brilakis and Andreas Voss interview Pieter D'Hooghe of Aspetar Qatar Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Hospital, about his recently published article, “Isolated meniscus injuries in skeletally immature children and adolescents: state of the art”. (https://jisakos.bmj.com/content/e…
 
Five articles from the December 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to sel…
 
Listen to Andrew Duckworth & our Specialty Editor for General Orthopaedics and Editor Emeritus, James Scott, discuss three papers published in The Bone & Joint Journal. Papers discussed: Distension arthrogram in the treatment of adhesive capsulitis has a low rate of repeat intervention Tibial shape and size predicts the risk of tibial plateau fract…
 
Shmuel Rosner and Yossi Shain discuss his controversial new book: "The Israeli Century: How the Zionist Revolution Changed History and Reinvented Judaism" . Yossi Shain is currently a member of the Knesset for Yisrael Beiteinu. He is also the Romulo Betancourt Professor of Political Science at Tel Aviv University where he also serves as Head of TAU…
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Francisca Lambert-Fliszar and Dr Evelyne Vinet from McGill University Health Centre in Canada. They discuss monitoring 6-mercaptopurine (6-MP) metabolite levels to enable personalisation of immunosuppressive therapies prior to conception or during pregnancy, in order to most effectively a…
 
What are the common features of force detection in vertebrates, insects and walking machines? Do the sense organs signal different force qualities at different joints? In the podcast coauthors Professor Sasha Zill of Marshall University, Dr. Nicholas Szcecinski of the University of West Virginia and Professor Ansgar Büschges of the University of Co…
 
What are the explicit and implicit processes that contribute to motor learning in visuomotor adaptation tasks? In this podcast authors, Prof Jordan Taylor of Princeton University and Dr. Carlo Campagnoli of the University of Leeds discuss their recently published manuscript “Taking aim at the perceptual side of motor learning: Exploring how explici…
 
Listen to Andrew Duckworth and Tim Schepers discuss the paper 'Functional outcome of routine versus on-demand removal of the syndesmotic screw: a multicentre randomized controlled trial' published in the November 2021 issue of The Bone & Joint Journal. Click here to read the paperBy The Bone & Joint Journal
 
Shmuel Rosner and Mark Oppenheimer discuss his book - "Squirrel Hill: The Tree of Life Synagogue Shooting and the Soul of a Neighborhood." Mark Oppenheimer is a freelance writer. He is a staff writer for the Christian Century and has written for many publications, including Harper's, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, the Boston Globe, th…
 
Preoperative quantification of bone loss has a significant effect on surgical decision making and patient outcomes. Various measurement techniques for calculating glenoid bone loss have been proposed in the literature. To date, no studies have directly compared measurement techniques to determine which technique, if any, is the most reliable. In co…
 
Five articles from the November 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to sel…
 
What is Pompe disease? What are the current treatment options and their limitations, such as enzyme replacement therapy? What insights can you gain in animal models, and how similar is the disease progression in the mouse vs the human patient? In this podcast authors Dr. Dave Fuller and Dr. Barbara Smith, of the University of Florida, discuss their…
 
Our third podcast in this edition is with Dell Medical School's Professor David Ring. Papers discussed: Cost-effectiveness of surgery versus cast immobilization for adults with a bicortical fracture of the scaphoid waist: an economic evaluation of the SWIFFT trial Predictors for poor outcome for conservatively treated traumatic triangular fibrocart…
 
How do factors like advancing age and hearing loss impact auditory processing in the human brain? In this podcast, author Dr. Jana Van Canneyt of the University of Leuven discusses the recently published manuscript “Cortical compensation for hearing loss, but not age, in neural tracking of the fundamental frequency of the voice” with Editor in Chie…
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Dr Jim Oates from the Medical University of South Carolina and Ralph H. Johnson VA Medical Center in Charleston, USA. They discuss his paper on developing risk prediction models in lupus nephritis to predict outcomes at the point of diagnosis, which can be used as a decision support tool …
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Dr Ronald von Vollenhoven, one of LSM's Editors-in-Chief, about the highlights of the 14th International Congress on Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (LUPUS 2021) and the 6th International Congress on Controversies in Rheumatology and Autoimmunity (CORA). These events were held jointly as a v…
 
Join us this week for the final episode of the Afro Historyscapes podcast series. This week we are joined from Nairobi, Kenya by Community Researcher Yyvette Waweru. Yvette will discuss her research into African headrests - otherwise known as ‘dream machines’, an important example of African design and technology. Not only do headrests tell us so m…
 
Listen to Andrew Duckworth, Jonathan Phillips, Keith Tucker and Prof Haddad discuss the paper 'Implant brand portfolios, the potential for camouflage of data, and the role of the Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel in total knee arthroplasty' published in the October 2021 issue of The Bone & Joint Journal. Click here to read the paper…
 
What are the neuronal mechanisms that are the neuronal mechanisms implicated in Schizophrenia? Why is the SRKO mouse such a great model? How does it compare to other models of Schizophrenia in general and NMDA hypofunction in particular? In this podcast Editor in Chief Professor Nino Ramirez and author, Dr. John Gray (University of California, Davi…
 
Shmuel Rosner and James Traub discuss his book: "Judah Benjamin: Counselor to the Confederacy (Jewish Lives)." James Traub (born 1954) is an American journalist. He is a contributing writer for The New York Times Magazine, where he has worked since 1998. From 1994 to 1997, he was a staff writer for The New Yorker.[ He has also written for The New Y…
 
Duane Peters from the Lupus Foundation of America interviews Dr Jill Buyon, one of LSM's Editors-in-Chief, and Dr Philip Carlucci from New York University in the USA, a previous recipient of the LFA's Gina M. Finzi Memorial Student Summer Fellowship. They discuss their recent paper on the safety of kidney biopsies in patients with SLE enrolled in t…
 
Shmuel Rosner and Sarah Stroumsa discuss her book, Maimonides in His World: Portrait of a Mediterranean Thinker (Jews, Christians, and Muslims from the Ancient to the Modern World) out now in Hebrew, by magnes publication. Sarah Stroumsa is the Alice and Jack Ormut Professor Emerita of Arabic Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Follow Sh…
 
In this episode of the JISAKOS Podcast, Social Media Editors Emmanouil Brilakis and Andreas Voss interview Dr. Leo Pauzenberger of Austria about the recently published article "Ulnar collateral ligament reconstruction of the elbow at minimum 48-month mean follow-up demonstrates excellent clinical outcomes with low complication and revision rates: s…
 
In this episode of the JISAKOS Podcast, Social Media Editors Emmanouil Brilakis and Andreas Voss interview Editor-in-Chief Niek van Dijk discusses the recently published article "Next exciting step for JISAKOS: transition to OA and a new publisher" ( https://jisakos.bmj.com/content/6/5/257 ).By BMJ talk medicine
 
Our second podcast in this edition is with Mayo Clinic's Prof Matt Abdel. Papers discussed: Outcomes of operatively treated interprosthetic femoral fractures Isolated tibial insert exchange in revision total knee arthroplasty The effectiveness of laboratory tests to predict early postoperative periprosthetic infection after total knee arthroplasty …
 
In this episode, we are joined by Community Action Researcher and Maker, Chinelo L. Njaka PhD. Chinelo will share with us her experience of carrying out research into the Horniman collections as part of the Community Action Research project. Her research takes a look at the presence - and absence - of Igbo and Nigerian craft technologies and what t…
 
Coracoclavicular (CC) ligament reconstruction is a commonly performed procedure for high-grade acromioclavicular (AC) joint separations. Although distal clavicle and coracoid process fractures represent potential complications, they have been described in only case reports and small case series. In conclusion, fracture of the distal clavicle or cor…
 
Five articles from the October 2021 issue summarized in five minutes, with the addition of a brief editorial commentary. The 5-in-5 feature is designed to give readers an overview of articles that may pique their interest and encourage more detailed reading. It may also be used by busy readers who would prefer a brief audio summary in order to sele…
 
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