Membership milestone! IOF now with 260 member societies in 100 countries

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With its vibrant, growing membership the IOF Committee of National Societies reflects the growing importance of global collaboration in the fight against osteoporosis and fractures.

The IOF Committee of National Societies (CNS), which now comprises 260 organizations from 100 countries/territories, was honoured to welcome nine new societies this past year. The new organizations, from all regions of the world, have joined IOF’s extensive and influential global community, reflecting IOF’s collaborative efforts across specializations such as orthopaedics, rehabilitation, rheumatology and endocrinology.

We warmly welcome:

Europe
• Albanian Society of Rheumatic Diseases
• Eurasian Association of Therapists

North America
• SICOT - International Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Traumatology

Latin America
• SIBOMM - Iberoamerican Society of Osteology and Bone Metabolism
• SOCHED - Chilean Endocrine and Diabetes Society

Asia-Pacific
• Arthritis Foundation of Australia
• Australasian Menopause Society
• Australia Rheumatology Association
• Indonesian Rheumatology Association

> View the global map of member societies

The CNS membership includes independent, not-for-profit osteoporosis societies or organizations, including health advocacy organizations, which carry out medical activities, generate public awareness and policy change, and provide a variety of services to people with musculoskeletal diseases. The CNS’ Patient Societies Subcommittee represents those member societies' which are specifically devoted to advocacy and patient support. 

IOF welcomes applications to join the CNS from societies and organizations worldwide. Read about CNS benefits and how your organization can apply for membership.