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AJRR Announces Top 5 Blogs

Jun 27, 2018 12:00:00 PM

Since its inception (January 2018), this blog's following has been growing steadily. We would like to take the opportunity to thank our readers for their participation, contributions, and feedback. Currently, 5,000 health care professionals receive the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR) Blog by email weekly. Others access it though the AJRR website, via a keyword search on the Internet, or on Twitter. Our audience consists of AJRR participants/subscribers, other AJRR stakeholders, and institutions that have indicated an interest in joining AJRR. 

 

Most Popular Content 

Blog content is chosen to address diversified, sometimes controversial, clinical and registry issues/opportunities. Some of the most popular topics deal with translating registry findings into clinical practice. The selection criteria for our most popular blogs-to-date (Top 5) are based on number of views, submitted comments, and reader follow-up requests. In case you've missed any of the Top 5 blogs as identified by the actions of your peers, access them below. You can also share past blogs that may interest your colleagues with the social media icons below the title of each blog post.

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A Message for Our Readers

This blog was created by the American Joint Replacement Registry (AJRR), part of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) Registry Program. The blog is part of our commitment to improve orthopaedic care through the collection, analysis, and reporting of actionable hip and knee arthroplasty data. Our purpose is to communicate with others in the orthopaedic field who share the same commitment. Watch for weekly news alerts, quick tips, actionable checklists, best practices, and research findings posted to this blog. It will be information you can use each week!

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AJRR Blog posts are researched and created by AJRR staff writers: Karen Metropulos, Erik Michalesko, and Lori Boukas. If you would like to contact the writing staff, email us at AJRRInfo@aaos.org

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This blog shares health care information from a variety of independent expert sources. Some sources offer opinions that may be of interest to other professionals facing similar challenges. Our approach helps ensure diverse, well-rounded presentation of important, often complex health care content. Shared content does not necessarily represent AJRR or AAOS findings and practices.