Category Archives: Press Release

ACS Bulletin: JOMI As the Future of Surgical Education

“The future is in video journals and JoMI will be at the head of the line showing how to do it.”

Wonderful conversation about the future of surgical education with JoMI surgical video masterclasses at the helm! @AmCollSurgeons @SWexner, Dr. Keith Lillemoe @MGHSurgery, our EIC @DrTiffanyChao @StanfordSurgery – thank you so much for the feature!

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and read our feature in the @AmCollSurgeons Bulletin here:…

Pilot Study Finds Watching JOMI Videos Improves Understanding of Surgical Concepts

“Utility of Annotated Surgical Case Videos for Resident Education: A Pilot Study” – presented by C. Scott Brown, MD at the Combined Otolaryngology Spring Meetings on April 19th & 20th.

Dr. C. Scott Brown at Duke used JOMI “to assess the educational value of annotated surgical videos on the comprehension of surgical anatomy and operative procedures.” The results: residents went from scoring 59.4% on a test before watching JOMI content to 93.6% afterwards (p = 0.001). The video used was Dr. Cunningham III and Dr. Brown’s “Laser Excision of Glomus Tympanicum (Transcanal Approach).”

While this was a small study, we are very excited to see the impact of video education (and especially JOMI articles) being rigorously quantified!

Access Surgery Partners with JoMI to Improve Surgical Education

McGraw Hill has partnered with JOMI Surgical Video Journal ( to provide condensed JOMI surgical video articles via Access Surgery (

BOSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–JoMI (Journal of Medical Insight,, a Boston-based peer-reviewed surgical video journal, is now featured in McGraw Hill’s Access Surgery (

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Fullstopp Invests in JoMI

FullStoppLogoWe are excited to announce that the Berlin-based company Fullstopp invested in JoMI, Journal of Medical Insight.

Fullstopp (, founded by Dr. Sven Fund (LinkedIn) in 2015, provides consulting and advisory services to innovative and fast-growing companies involved in technology-based publishing. This transatlantic partnership has tremendous potential to impact the venture: between Fullstopp’s expertise in digital publishing and JoMI’s quality of execution, this investment is a key step in propeling JoMI onto the international arena with the goal of having a global impact on quality of clinical care and education.

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Press Release: JoMI Joins Research4Life – Brings Surgical Videos to Over 100 Countries

The Journal of Medical Insight (JoMI, announced a partnership with Research4Life that will make the journal’s video articles accessible in over 100 developing countries. Research4Life will provide access to the journal through HINARI, the Access to Research in Health Programme. This partnership will provide 5,700 eligible institutions with an educational resource critical for medical students, residents and attending physicians alike.

The Journal of Medical Insight seeks to mitigate the global discrepancy in patient outcomes between low-volume and high-volume hospitals and surgeons. On a population level, low-volume surgeons’ performance is inferior to that of high-volume surgeons. This trend may be exacerbated in developing countries where The World Health Organization and the Harvard School of Public Health discovered…

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JoMI Announces Collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital

Lillimoe_Whipple_StillMassachusetts General Hospital Partners With JoMI To Film And Publish Top Surgeries For Online Medical Journal., 1/14/2015 – Boston, Massachusetts – The Journal of Medical Insight (JoMI, announced today a collaboration with the Department of Surgery at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), the number one ranked hospital in New England and number two in the Nation, to publish their top surgeries and provide an online virtual operating theater experience where surgeons and students globally learn from leading surgeons at MGH. Continue reading JoMI Announces Collaboration with Massachusetts General Hospital