OTA offers funding for one supplementary issue of the Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma each year. The objective is to support JOT as the official print journal of the OTA and to provide OTA membership with an additional opportunity to publish information with significant impact for the orthopaedic community.
Key items of consideration
- The focus of the monograph should be of direct interest and benefit to OTA members.
- OTA has an interest in selecting topics that are not likely to be published through traditional publication processes.
- The topic should be of contemporary interest and not well addressed in current literature
OTA will fund the publication of one electronic supplement in 2023.
The maximum page allotment for the online supplement is 50 pages.
The primary author of the supplement must be an OTA Member.
Please submit a proposal to include: (a) a one-page abstract and (b) a one-page description of the expected orthopaedic impact.
Please note authors who exceed the supplement page allotment, or would like to arrange for the supplement to be published both online and in print, should secure additional funding (please contact Krista Storm for assistance in budget preparation).
Submissions should be sent to OTA with the subject: OTA JOT Supplement Review.
Funding requests must be received by November 20, 2022.
Funding requests will be reviewed by the OTA Publications Committee, and notification of funding decisions will be provided by February 2023.