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The Editor is responsible for ensuring the overall quality of content within the section. This includes:
- Resolving all content-level disputes authoritatively and coherently with input from contributors
- Determining the appropriateness of deleting mediocre work.
- Working closely with the OrthopaedicsOne staff on strategic development, including topics to be covered
- Recruiting Associate Editors to assist in soliciting and reviewing content
- Identifying and/or approving authors from whom to solicit content
- Assigning content solicitation, development, and review to the Associate Editors
- Working with the Associate Editors to ensure that content in the section is fully integrated and linked
- Appointing Associate Editors to take responsibility for specific content areas, such as Videos, Presentations, Images, Conditions, Operative Techniques, Cases, and Patient Education, at the Editor’s discretion
- Assigning Associate Editors to mentor Assistant Editors
The Editor reports to the Director of Editorial Development.
Associate Editors work together and with the Editor to achieve OrthopaedicsOne’s content goals. This includes:
- Recommending authors to contribute content
- Soliciting content from colleagues and peers to populate the site
- Reviewing and approving content for accuracy, clarity, and adherence to OrthopaedicsOne guidelines on an ongoing basis (new content and revisions to existing content)
- Working with authors to improve content as needed
At the Editor’s discretion, Associate Editors may be assigned to recruit and review content for specific content areas, such as Videos, Presentations, Images, Conditions, Operative Techniques, Cases, and Patient Education. An Associate Editor may also be paired with one or more Assistant Editors to provide mentorship in medical publishing.
Associate Editors report to the Editor.
Assistant Editors are fellows, residents, and medical students who work under the direction of an Associate Editor to gain experience in medical publishing. At the discretion of the Associate Editor, they may assist in soliciting content, research and write articles, and provide initial peer review.
Assistant Editors report to their assigned Associate Editor.
Current Editorial Board
Economics and Health Policy
Epidemiology and Biostatistics
Foot and Ankle
Hand and Wrist
Hip and Knee
History of Orthopaedics
W. Norman Scott
Mobile and Wireless
Shoulder and Elbow
Paul J. Dougherty