Capture the Fracture

Here’s a great example from Norway, where May-Britt Stenbro, Osteoporosis Coordinator and Project Nurse in NoFRACT at the Drammen Hospital and Orthopaedic surgeon Dr. Frede Frihagen at Oslo University Hospital, were featured in an extended interview on TV2’s  ‘Good Morning Norway’.  > View the video Read more
IOF’s first Capture the Fracture® (CTF) Mentorship Programme workshop took place in St Petersburg on November 28, 2016, in collaboration with the Russian Association on Osteoporosis, led by Olga Lesnyak. Close to 30 candidates from the Russian Federation joined the FLS workshop to understand more about how to effectively implement Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) at a local level. Read more
Earlier in the year, Capture the Fracture® announced a new Mentorship programme to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and skills by connecting experienced Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) ‘champions’ with clinics aiming to establish a new FLS. A central pillar of the programme is on-site training which allows an FLS candidate to benefit from a one-day visit at the FLS champion’s institution. Read more
We invite health care professionals in Poland, the Netherlands, and Brazil to find out more about Fracture Liaison Services (FLS), the most cost-effective model for preventing secondary osteoporotic fractures. The webinars are informative for both hospitals and clinics which are considering the new implementation of FLS, and for those which want to learn how to get best practice recognition from... Read more
Join the Capture the Fracture® (CtF) webinar ‘Incluya su centro en el mapa: Cómo obtener el reconocimiento de mejor práctica para su Unidad de Coordinación de Fractura’ ! This is a great opportunity to get feedback in Spanish for any questions you may have about CtF and Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) best practice. When: September 27, 2016 at 17:00 CEST REGISTER HERE Read more
The Clinical Standards were subject to a broad consultation process with learned societies in New Zealand, government and leading international organizations, including IOF, in the fracture prevention arena.  > Download the Clinical Standards for Fracture Liaison Services in New Zealand Paul Mitchell, Chairman of Osteoporosis New Zealand, commented, Read more
Today, Capture the Fracture® held a successful webinar in the Japanese language. The webinar was a unique opportunity to present the Capture the Fracture programme and FLS implementation to an exclusively Japanese audience. Read more
Today, at the World Congress on Osteoporosis, Osteoarthritis and Musculoskeletal Diseases, an international research team presented the preliminary results of a new study which aimed to determine whether the predictive value of a past major osteoporotic fracture (MOF) for future MOF changed with time. Read more
Capture the Fracture Mentorship Programme
IOF's Capture the Fracture® has announced a new mentorship programme to enable Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) implementation worldwide. The programme will help facilitate the transfer of knowledge and skills by connecting experienced FLS champions with any institutions willing to establish a new FLS. The mentorship programme includes two aspects: Read more


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