OJO: Celebrating four years of orthopaedics excellence

Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation releases Volume IV of research journal

OJO 2015 June 8, 2015

Now in its fourth year, OJO: The Oregon Journal of Orthopaedics has become a signature project for residents in the Department of Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation in the OHSU School of Medicine. 

In addition to a full load of clinical and training responsibilities, the resident-editors produce a high-quality print research journal of almost 100 pages in length.

Volume IV was edited by Ryland Kagan, M.D., Ryan Wallenberg, M.D., Ben Winston, M.D. and Karlee Lau, M.D. The faculty editor was Darin Friess, M.D., assistant professor of orthopaedics and rehabilitation, and the department’s residency program director.

(Click on image at left to view journal.)

“We continue to showcase the outstanding contributions to orthopaedic research from the OHSU department,” the editors write in their jointly-authored letter contained in the journal.

The journal contains abstracts from faculty and resident published research articles as well as articles and research initiatives in progress, letters and updates from department, an alumni directory, several editorial articles including articles on the history of the department and present-day use of simulation in residency training, updates from the resident class of 2012 and other noteworthy accomplishments and happenings.

The journal was recently mailed to members of the OHSU and Oregon orthopaedic community and distributed within the department. For a print copy, contact Marie Kane.