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Saturday, 16 July 2020

To subscribe simply send an email message addressed to:

NOTE: You do not need to put in a subject or any message in the e-mail message body. Each list that you subscribe to will mail a confirmation message back to you and will ask you to send another blank message to a specified address. This is to prevent bad or nonfunctioning addresses from being added to the list.Orthopaedic Mailing Lists

You will then get one last confirmation message from the mail list software, and it is suggested that you SAVE this message, as it contains instructions about how to unsubscribe yourself, how to use the list's HELP features, and how to contact the human owner of the list. After this confirmation process is completed, you will be subscribed to the list and will receive all e-mails sent to the list by its members.

These mailing lists are maintained by the Internet Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Trauma (ISOST).


To send a message to the lists the list addresses are:

IMPORTANT NOTE:

When you wish to reply to a list message, you CANNOT simply hit REPLY.

Doing this will send the message directly back to the last person who sent it to the list, NOT the list itself. So, when replying to messages, you need to hit REPLY TO ALL to send the message back to the list.

The mailing list software we are using is 'ez mailing list manager'. It is an extremely robust and powerful mailing list system. You can learn about the various features of this mailing list software by visiting:
http://www.ezmlm.org


To unsubscribe simply send an email message addressed to:


For orthopaedics and trauma, Orthopod will attempt to:

  • be a free forum
  • provide a high quality world-wide forum for academic discussion
  • provide an information sharing service for basic science and clinical practice research
  • be a discussion forum of contemporary issues, reports of relevant meetings, conferences, articles and publications
  • keep in touch with related developments elsewhere
  • not be a forum for single case reports unless these are supported by references to the literature
  • liaise with the community on the services provided
  • be subdivided into trauma and orthopaedics when the list size grows and the community requests it
  • be a list that is accessed only by subscription and not be directly moderated
  • archive discussion on the Internet for future use
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