Osteoporosis Re-fracture Prevention
Osteoporosis re-fracture prevention at the Royal North Shore Hospital is a coordinated approach to preventing secondary fractures. Hear from patients and clinicians how this Leading Better Value Care initiative is improving patient outcomes and experience. Visit the NSW Health website for more information: https://www.health.nsw.gov.au/Value
ONZ- 2021 Fragility Liaison Service Clinical Standards
This second edition of Clinical Standards for FLS in New Zealand builds on the first edition published in
2016/17 by incorporating the IOF-FFN-NOF KPI set within the “5IQ” structure of the first edition (i.e. clinical
standards relating to identification, investigation, information, intervention, integration and quality). As such they provide a world class, evidence based framework for all FLS to benchmark their performance and improve the health care they deliver
Fragility Fracture Network Clinical Toolkit
In 2018, the Global Call to Action on Fragility Fractures (CtA) called for urgent improvement in three so-called clinical clinical pillars: acute care, rehabilitation and secondary prevention. The purpose of this Clinical Toolkit is to support heath professionals and administrators throughout the world to deliver the three clinical pillars of the CtA.
Fragility Fracture Network Policy Toolkit
This toolkit is for anyone aiming to engage with policymakers to seek improvements in fragility fracture care. While we hope that the toolkit will be of interest to everyone, we understand that it may have more relevance to those at an earlier stage of their policy engagement journey.
Sax Institute Osteoporosis Modelling
Around 6.3 million Australians have poor bone health, and many don’t even realise it. Dealing with these fractures costs us $3 billion per year, and a lot of distress. So how can we help stop it before it happens? Systems modelling gives us a dynamic window to the future, so we can work out what strategies will have the best impact.
Orthogeriatrics (Second Edition)
The second edition of this textbook has been developed by the global Fragility Fracture Network with excellent contributions from colleagues across the world.
It is Open Access (i.e. free!) and aims at giving the widest possible dissemination on fragility fracture (especially hip fracture) management and notably in countries where this expertise is sorely needed. It has been extensively revised and updated by the experts of this network to provide a unique and reliable content in one single volume.