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Four NDORMS Professors - Andrew Carr, David Murray, Nigel Arden, and Cyrus Cooper - have papers featured in the most recent bibliometric study on the hundred most-cited publications in orthopaedic knee research, published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery.

Four NDORMS Professors - Andrew Carr, David Murray, Nigel Arden, and Cyrus Cooper - have papers featured in the most recent bibliometric study on the hundred most-cited publications in orthopaedic knee research, published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery.

Whilst it is recognised citation analysis has its limitations, the process remains one of the best currently available tools for quantifying the impact of scientific articles in a particular field. This type of study also provides a valuable source of intellectual milestones both for new researchers to the field and senior researchers, encouraging reflection on the quality of prior scientific research and provoking thinking within the scientific community.

The study looked at articles published between 1948 and 2007, and the NDORMS papers were published in the latter part of the bracket between 1998 and 2000.

You can read the NDORMS most-cited papers here, here and here.

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