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Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation Research Award Winners

The Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation is pleased to announce its 2012 research award recipients: 

The winner of the J. Edouard Samson Award, sponsored by Bayer HealthCare, is Dr. Nadr M. Jomha (Edmonton, AB) for his research proposal entitled: "Vitrification of intact human articular cartilage". corl_colour_logo

The winners of the Canadian Orthopaedic Research Legacy (CORL) Grant are Dr. Olufemi Ayeni and Dr. Mohit Bhandari (Hamilton, ON) for their research proposal entitled: "Femoracetabular Impingement RandomiSed controlled Trial (FIRST)"

Congratulations winners! To learn more about the Foundation's research awards, please visit Stay tuned this summer when the next call for applications will be announced in the COA Dispatch.


The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS (Br)


Our new title: The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS (Br)
Richard Villar, Editor-in-Chief

A new and important era dawns: 2013 sees The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (British Volume), our much trusted and reliable touchstone in orthopaedic literature, change name to 'The Bone & Joint Journal'. The transition, we trust, will be seamless. Many will recall the much-quoted verse in William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet.

What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet.

Perhaps Shakespeare has said it all. The Journal will be the Journal, whatever it may be called. Founded by Sir Reginald Watson-Jones in 1948 and pioneered by many of the great names within our field, the Journal has formed a huge part of all our lives for many years. We have searched its pages for orthopaedic detail at all hours of the day and night, we have used it to help us study for our examinations and we have gained much pride when our papers have appeared between its covers.

Yet it is with equal pride that we welcome our new title, The Bone & Joint Journal, or BJJ. We think it will surprise you. Our aim has been to transform our treasured Journal so that you will barely see the join. At the Journal we are very excited by what is to come. The transition from one title to another is a great opportunity, particularly with a readership as loyal, as supportive, as intelligent and yet as demanding as the readers we have today. Your papers continue to pour in from all over the world, your suggestions for reviews are seemingly limitless, your ideas are original and your friendship acknowledged, welcomed and returned.

We hope you will enjoy this month's BJJ which contains world-class research from eight different countries including an instructional review on Arthroscopic hip-preservation surgery.1

Please also note our new citation instructions from January 2013:

My very best wishes to you all,

Richard Villar
Editor-in-Chief, The Bone & Joint Journal, formerly known as JBJS (Br)


For further information or any enquiries relating to the announcement above please contact Lucy Stephenson, Head of Marketing & Sales:  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or +44 (0)20 7451 0921

1 Bedi A, Kelly BT, Khanduja V. Arthroscopic hip-preservation surgery: current concepts and perspective. Bone Joint J 2013;95-B:10-19.

Escalating Cost and Disease Burden Drives Commitment to Bone and Joint Research, Patient Resources

New chair, new members for board of directors for Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation 

Toronto, Ontario (November 15, 2010) - Addressing the educational needs of six million Canadians with bone and joint disorders, and stemming the associated $26 billion in societal costs, are driving renewed research and patient education strategies by the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation. Along with expanding core programs, at its annual meeting the Canadian Orthopaedic Foundation ratified changes to its voluntary Board of Directors, renewed its commitment to help patients become active participants in their surgical treatment and recovery, and to fund new research for tomorrow's patients. 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 November 2010 19:37
Webcast Teaser

Take a peek at some of the webcasts from the 2010 Annual Meeting by clicking on the play button in the middle of the video clips below. 

Want more?  Click on the icons on the right of the homepage to access the complete webcasts from both the 2010 Edmonton and 2009 Whistler Annual Meetings.  

Last Updated on Friday, 17 September 2010 02:24
The Orthopaedist and Blood-borne Pathogens

These documents were prepared by the COA's National Standards Committee on transmission prevention, protection and exposure to blood-borne pathogens in the orthopaedist's OR.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 05 April 2016 15:17
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