Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (JTO) is a continuity of the Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association.
M.O.A. Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association is a state chapter of the Indian Orthopaedic Association (IOA) founded by Dr A. K. Talwalkar in the city of Pune in 1983 with the idea of enhancing and promoting the principles and practise of Orthopaedic Surgery in the state. It has now become one of the most active State chapters in IOA and Maharashtra is proud to have produced many leaders and pioneers in Indian Orthopaedics.
Keeping the same Spirit of Pioneers in Orthopaedic Academics, MOA is now running the online version of ‘The Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association’ (JMOA) since 1995. Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery is a continuity of the Journal of Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association.
The online version will be along with a ‘Manuscript Submission and Review’ Software that will make all Journal Submissions and review processes online and completely Paperless.
This Initiative is taken with the support of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG). The Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG) will be actively involved in the functioning of the Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (JTO) in terms of providing editorial supports, proofreading and formatting the articles and maintaining the updated website. Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG) will also help in Indexing the Journal and providing search engine optimisation for articles published in the Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery (JTO).
Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association (MOA)
We at Maharashtra Orthopedic Association are proud to present our website www.mahaortho.org in a new form. We are pleased to offer our members exciting features like Online registration of new members plus a continuous online updated dynamic member database for better communication. We introduce a facility to share in between members for difficult cases and problems of the day-to-day practice. There is an academic section that includes archives of presentations, video techniques, and weekly academic articles. In the photo gallery, the memories of past MGOACONs and MOARCONS and other meetings.
The idea is to fulfill our President Dr. Ajit Shinde’s objective…” Together Towards Excellence in Orthopaedics “ by sharing our knowledge with each other. The evolution of the Maharashtra Orthopedic Association has been a result of contributions through hard work, sincerity, and dedication by a number of our colleagues. Every fraternity member belonging to the MOA contributes to its evolution in his or her own way.
Our senior members contribute by sharing their acquired knowledge and experience over the years. They then shape up the second line who in turn contributes by actively implementing this knowledge and mentoring fellow members. The most enthusiastic younger generation offers their contributions with new ideas and by presenting and publishing their innovations and observations. Every cadre in the field of orthopedics is important to contribute to the growth of MOA.
To implement these features, we look forward to our members’ enthusiastic contributions, support, and suggestions on how we can better this effort. Your suggestions form a valuable part of this process. Some of these features are under development and would be available soon.
Indian Orthopaedic Research Group
The mission of the Indian Orthopaedic Research Group (IORG) is to promote orthopaedic research in India by helping individual orthopaedic surgeons and clinical departments throughout the country. The focus of the group is to:
· Help publish research studies in various international and national peer-reviewed journals
· Design and conduct research studies
· Establish academic research divisions in institutions which will initiate and sustain research projects
· Conduct high quality basic and clinical research studies through collaboration with various institutions and industries
· Publish peer-reviewed journals to provide a platform for Indian Orthopaedic researchers to publish their work