A thriving environment for research

By Annie Hayashi

During the 2011 annual meeting of the Orthopaedic Research Society (ORS), the AAOS and ORS will join forces to address two important issues confronting the clinician and research communities—overcoming obstacles to orthopaedic innovation and developing an environment for the orthopaedic clinician scientist to thrive.

According to Lynne C. Jones, PhD, who organized the symposium on overcoming obstacles to innovation, “Innovation is an extensive, multistep process that begins with an idea and ends with the verification of that idea in the clinical setting.”

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