The Australian National Stop Osteoporotic Secondary Fractures Alliance (or SOSFA) is an Alliance made up of several dozen organisations from across Australia, with each Member being listed below.
All Members agree to the SOSFA Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) which outlines the objectives of the Alliance, its governance structure and Member commitments. Organisations who are interested in joining the Alliance can access and consider the MOU by clicking on the link to the left.
Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine
The Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine is accredited by the Australian Medical Council (AMC) for setting professional medical standards for training, assessment, certification and continuing professional development in the specialty of general practice.
The Health Care Consumers’ Association
The Health Care Consumers’ Association (HCCA) is a health promotion organisation that provides a voice for consumers on local health issues and provides opportunities for health care consumers in the ACT to participate in all levels of health service planning, policy development and decision making.
Country Women's Association of WA
We are a proud and active women’s organisation, working to improve the welfare and wellbeing of people everywhere, especially in country and regional areas. CWA of WA encompasses the entire State, with branches throughout Western Australia, both in metropolitan and rural areas.
South Australia Country Women's Association
The South Australian Country Women’s Association has been serving the community since 1929. It is a not for profit, non party political and non sectarian. The organisation works to promote the welfare and conditions of life for women and children, of all ages, whether in the city or country.
Queensland Country Women's Association
With three Regions, twenty Divisions and over two hundred and forty Branches, the QCWA is the largest and most widespread women’s organisation in Queensland. Since 1922, the QCWA has been about women from all over Queensland coming together for many different reasons including meeting new people, making new friends, learning new skills or getting involved in the community.
Exercise and Sports Science Australia
Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), formerly known as the Australian Association for Exercise and Sports Science (AAESS), is a professional organisation which is committed to establishing, promoting and defending the career paths of tertiary trained exercise and sports science practitioners.
Rehabilitation Medicine Society of Australia and New Zealand
The RMSANZ is a membership driven, not for profit organisation which was formed to maintain the professional identity of Rehabilitation Physicians; advocate for our patients in a way that is flexible and allows us to maintain control; preserve and build our external relationships with our allied health and nursing colleagues, with other bodies including governments and in the international rehabilitation arena; and promote professional education.
Australian and New Zealand Society for Sarcopenia and Frailty Research
ANZSSFR is a professional, scientific society dedicated to the promotion of clinical, basic and translational research on sarcopenia and frailty in Australia and New Zealand. We aim to disseminate current knowledge of sarcopenia and frailty, along with deepening the understanding of muscle, bone and joint disease.
Endocrine Nurses' Society of Australia Inc.
The Society promotes collaboration between health professionals and is committed to the advancement of the art and science of endocrine nursing as a specialty field. Through the development of standards of practise, enhancing clinical expertise and promoting and encouraging nursing research.
Older Women’s Network New South Wales
The Older Women’s Network New South Wales (OWN NSW) was established in 2001 as the peak body for OWN Groups across NSW. As a peak body we are recognised and consulted at all government levels on such issues as violence and abuse, homelessness, transport, health and housing, as well as home, community and residential care. The aim of each OWN Group is to promote the rights, dignity and wellbeing of older women.