Editorial for WIROC 22 issue
Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics | Vol 7 | Issue 2 | Jul-Dec 2022 | page: 01 | Dr. Nicholas Antao, Dr. Ashok Shyam
Author: Dr. Nicholas Antao , Dr. Ashok Shyam 
 Department of Orthopaedics, Hill Way Clinic, Hill N Dale Building, 4th Floor, Hill Road, Bandra West, Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
 Department of Orthopaedics, Sancheti Institute for Orthopaedics and Rehablitation, Pune, India
Address of Correspondence
Dr. Nicholas Antao
Head of Department of Orthopaedics, Holy Spirit Hospital, Mahakali Road, Andheri (E), Mumbai – 400093, Maharashtra, India.
Editorial for WIROC 22 Issue
This is our 7th edition with 15 issues inclusive of both online and print form. The journal brings to the reader articles involving regular research, we include review papers, case reports and synopsis/summary of interesting, information of selected topics summary, published in other peer review journals of super speciality. We have also now started special section in superspeciality in the form of symposia focusing always the need of our members. So far we have covered infection, spine and this WIROC issue contains very relevant and important topic “Office paediatric orthopaedic practice” subject of utmost importance to general orthopods for recent information and knowledge to understand the pathology better and manage the treatment better on evidence based outcomes. We are grateful to all the contributing authors and specially in this issue to Dr. Swapnil Kenny and Dr. Atul Bhaskar for being the inspiration and motivation for the authors for sending wisely selecting the topics.
Remember this journal of BOS can bring out issues on regular basis only on the contributions of various authors who can be our members, postgraduates and also established foreign and Indian contributors. Lately we have seen most journals expect quite a high renumeration for processing and publishing the article in their journal. The acts of reviewing editing are satisfactory in many regards that we help to increase the knowledge of our readers, which in turn goes as in good stead for the orthopaedic fraternity who will benefit reading them and putting into practice what’s new and latest in the care of our patients. This is an work ethic and as a physician one is expected to keep oneself abreast of time which in time helps our patients to get the latest service. We at JCORTH appreciate the honorary, voluntary and selfless dedication of our contributors and are very much aware of your altruistic service. Altruism according to Oxford dictionary Altruism is in fact caring about the needs and happiness of others and being selflessly willing to do things which would help others even if it is not going to be of any advantage to the helper. We earnestly urge members and well wishers to strive to send in articles regularly. We understand it involves tremendous effort and sacrifice of your leisure and family time and burning of midnight oil. We must appreciate our members and readers who dedicate voluntarily their leisure time to keep themselves updated and strive to offer their patients, the latest time tested counsel and advice to their patients.
Dr. Nicholas Antao.
Dr. Ashok Shyam.
|How to Cite this article: Antao N, Shyam AK. Editorial for WIROC 22 Issue. Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics Jul-Dec 2022;7(2):01.|
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