Bombay Orthopaedic Society wishes to encourage academic book writing by Indian Orthopaedic Surgeons. To this end, it desires to present an award of Rs. 25,000/- (Twenty Five Thousand Only) to Indian Orthopaedic Surgeons, who have submitted a book on certain aspects of orthopaedics after 2018.
The details of such a book can be brought to Society's by the Author / Authors who are the member of Bombay Orthopaedic Society.
The nominations should be made on the personal or company letterhead giving reasons for such recommendations. A photocopy of the copyright page that shows the history of the Publication like name and address of the publisher, ISBN, etc of the book should be attached.
The BOS Executive Committee will refer the applications to a team of experts who will choose an author to whom the award will be bestowed upon. The BOS reserves its rights not to give any prize or split it in two or more shares, as it may feel proper. No correspondence will be entertained about this decision. Three copies of the book should be submitted to the Secretariat. The books will not be returned after its scrutiny for award.
The publication must be in PUBMED peer-reviewed journals bearing ISSN number. Similarly, chapters written in books bearing ISBN number will be recognised. The author should apply to the Secretariat, in an online format.
Last date: August 31, 2020
An award of Rs. 10,000/- (Indian Rupees Ten Thousand) for a Life Member of the BOS who has done Extensive Original Research and prepared a Treatise on a Project related to Orthopaedics, that contributes significantly, through its conclusions, to the practice of Orthopaedics today. Three copies of the treatise including legends, pictures and references should be submitted. The BOS Executive Council reserve its right to give, split or withhold this award based on the applications received. The copies have to be received by August 31, 2020 and may not be returned after scrutiny for the award. Researcher must have done and documented the named research for over 5 years atleast. This does not include P.G. thesis.
Bombay Orthopaedic Society desires to promote clinical and basic research in orthopaedics; to this effect, Society wishes to extend monetary support. The Society invites orthopaedic surgeons working in India to approach with research projects. Projects approved by IRB / Institutional Ethics Committee will be preferentially considered for grants. After vetting, the Society will support the effort. Communications may be directed to Hon. Secretary at the Society's office. Projects will be screened and evaluated by our Research Committee and experts and considered for funding. Please submit the project in the prescribed format only available as online on www.bombayorth.org. IRB clearance is mandatory before submission. Projects can be submitted round the year.
Rapid developments in all the subspecialties of orthopaedics means an explosion of knowledge. In our constant quest to keep up with it, we would invite and encourage the members of our society to submit their work through the manuscripts and papers to our Peer Reviewed Journal.
We understand that the challenges in the subcontinent are different and so are the demands of our patients. Hence, we at the BOS wish to make this as a platform for our members and other orthopaedic surgeons to find solutions for problems that they can identify with, literature that speaks their language and knowledge that is relevant to practise in the subcontinent.
There will be a multitude of reasons to publish and a basic motive is to share knowledge with colleagues. We invite you to submit your manuscript under the relevant sub specialities.
Kindly Visit our website, www.bombayorth.org to know more about the Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics.
Dr. Nicholas Antao
Dr. Ashok Shyam
The BOS website underwent a complete design overhaul last year to simplify and streamline the process of registration for Instructional Courses.
In alignment with the goals of the society, the BOS website intends to ramp up the online educational and CME activities. The website will continue to update its members of the society's activities and publish reports and updates as it has done in the past.
The BOS also intends to publish a recorded version of " Master Series " lectures, which would be available online on the website. The goal is to create high quality web based educational content for members at par with any orthopaedic educational society of repute across the globe.
Dr. Kshitij Chaudhary
Dr. Mahesh Kharde