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Bone & Joint ( British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery)

Middle East Edition publishes top selected articles and is circulated 6 times per year

Published by: Gold Star Medical Publication SAL Beirut Lebanon ; under license from The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery www.bjj.boneandjoint.org.uk

 

The Bone & Joint Journal (BJJ)  formerly known as   The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (British Volume) , is published by The British Editorial Society of Bone & Joint Surgery, a registered charity (No. 209299). The Society was established with the object of: 'The advancement and improvement of education in orthopaedic surgery and allied branches of surgery and the diffusion of knowledge of new and improved methods of teaching and practising orthopaedic surgery in all its branches'.   BJJ  is the flagship publication under the   Bone & Joint   umbrella, a major provider of content and services for the orthopaedic community. Find out more about   Bone & Joint   by   visiting the portal site .

The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery [Br]  was first published in February 1948 and shared the title   The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery   with the American Volume of   JBJS . The two volumes were editorially and financially independent. If you are interested in a detailed history of   The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery [Br]  and the many great names associated with the journal,   listen to our podcast   on the subject by Frank Horan. To find information on the current  BJJ  Editorial Board click   here , or alternatively information on the Society's Council of Management .

In September 2011,   JBJS (Am)   and   JBJS (Br)   reached a joint agreement on future, independent operations. This new agreement now gives each Journal more autonomy over its future direction and strategy. As a result, the Combined Volume of   JBJS   is no longer available to purchase however both Journals are still available separately. www.bjj.boneandjoint.org.uk