For Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons IORG has following services

1. Manuscript Assistance and Publishing Service (MAPS) - This is the most popular service utilized by the Practicing Orthopaedic Surgeons. Most of the surgeons have data and presentations of their particular experiences; however they fail to publish it for lack of time and resources. IORG provides for the MAPS service where the projects are taken up by the organization and are followed up till publishing of the manuscript. Read more for details.

 2. Orthopaedic Study Design- This service helps in designing the study from the start as in a prospective case series, case control or a randomised trial. Surgeons can apply for this service for designing of their Research Protocols. Read more for details

 3. Orthopaedic Literature Update- these are blogs that provide recent update on each subspeciality of Orthopaedics. Specialties like Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy, Paediatric Orthopaedics, Trauma, Spine, Tumors are covered to make this a one stop Orthopaedic Literature Update Service. Read more for details

 4. Ortho-Stat- This is a statistical service available for researchers where their data can be analysed with tabulated results and graphs.Read for more information

 5. Concise Reviews- These are landmark articles published in journals regarding important clinical and practical topics. These will be updated regularly with the current literature

 6. Fellowships- Information regarding fellowships from both India and Abroad are provided with contact details. Read for more details

7. Authors-Share-Articles Programme (ASAP)- For important research products, IORG can collaborate between the researchers and the authors to acquiring articles from the original authors. This service is free of cost and will help researchers in getting good references for their research. Read more for details.

All the services are available only for Members of IORG
Few of the above mentioned services are still under development and might be functional in next few months
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