Research Surveys



Factors affecting decision-making in the management of proximal humerus fractures: Where are we now?

Proximal humerus fractures are common and no specific treatment algorithm exists. This brief survey examines the amount of weight that the contemporary surgeon in the United States places on different variables when determining optimal treatment for proximal humerus fractures.


Vitamin D Trends in the Orthopaedic Trauma Population: A Survey

The purpose of this brief survey (3-5 minutes) is to better understand current trends and treatment patterns in orthopaedic trauma. We appreciate your time and efforts. Target


Erectile Dysfunction After Unstable Pelvic Trauma

Erectile dysfunction has been shown to be a complication after sustaining a pelvic ring injury. This survey explores the practices behind managing these issues in the clinic.


HO Prophylaxsis After Acetabular Surgery

The purpose of this brief survey (3-5 minutes) is to better understand current prophylactic techniques and to help design a prospective study to investigate HO prevention. We appreciate your time and efforts.


Compensation for Taking Trauma Call

With our survey, we hope to report how often orthopaedic traumatologists are taking trauma call, how much they are being compensated for taking call, and overall satisfaction with call volume.


Periprosthetic Distal Femur Fractures: Fix vs Revise

This survey aims to assess current treatment patterns for periprosthetic distal femur fractures. Specifically, we want to determine whether type of fellowship and/or practice
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