All registrants to the Miller’s Orthopaedic Review Course, Oxford 2024 will receive a one-year complimentary subscription to JBJS Clinical Classroom—a leading adaptive learning tool for orthopaedic surgeons. With over 4,500 learning probes, it reinforces your knowledge and mastery of key learning objectives across all orthopaedic subspecialties. Subscription activated upon registration.
What is JBJS Clinical Classroom and how does it work?
JBJS Clinical Classroom is an adaptive learning system that observes how users learn and tailors their experience to focus on their own knowledge gaps. Importantly, Clinical Classroom identifies material in which learners are weak or need improvement. This directs individual learning as well as provides focus for faculty and residency directors when planning learning assessments.
BUILT BY EXPERTS
JBJS recruited experts across orthopaedic subspecialties to develop learning objectives that require higher-order thinking, such as an ability to evaluate and diagnose a patient’s condition and to select an appropriate treatment. Writers then developed probes to address each learning objective, provided learning resources with supporting information for the questions, and supplied references for additional information.
All questions and learning resources are peer-reviewed by several subspecialty content experts and the JBJS Editor-in-Chief then revises as needed before integrating into JBJS Clinical Classroom. The platform is updated regularly to add new learning objectives and probes, revising any material that is no longer current.