CNS Village presents work of IOF member societies

Among the many attractive and informative booths presenting at the Committee of National Societies (CNS) village in Kraków, 'Osteorus' and RAOP were selected for ‘Best Booth’ award. Thanks to all for participating!
Representatives of RAOP and Osteorus with the Best Booth Award certificate.

A recent feature of IOF scientific meetings, the ‘CNS Village’ showcases the work of IOF’s member societies within the exhibition hall of IOF's annual scientific congress - the largest event in the musculoskeletal field. IOF CNS member societies were invited to set up a display booth to showcase their society’s projects and activities. It provided them with a venue for networking with delegates and potential sponsors from their own countries or regions. Fourteen CNS societies reserved a booth to present their important work and IOF thanks all those who participated. It was certainly no easy task to select a ‘Best Booth’ among so many attractive and informative presentations! Congratulations to the Russian Association on Osteoporsois and 'Osteorus' which had a joint booth to showcase their great work of the past year. 

CNS taking part included the Armenian Osteoporosis Association, Asociación Colombiana de Osteoporosis y Metabolismo Mineral, Association of Sports Traumatology & Arthroscopic of Serbia (ASTAS), Belarusian public association "Fight osteoporosis together”, Belgian Bone Club, Brazilian Federation of Gynecology and Obstretrics Association (FEBRASGO), Costa Rica Menopause and Osteoporosis Society, Fundación de Investigaciones Metabólicas – FIM (Argentina), Georgian Association of Skeletal Metabolism Diseases, Hungarian Osteoporosis Patient Association, Japan Osteoporosis Foundation, National Osteoporosis Society (UK), Russian Association On Osteoporosis & "Osteorus" Russian Patient Society, and the Turkish Osteoporosis Society.

In addition to the CNS Village, the World Congress in Kraków also featured a CNS special session in which CNS member societies presented research in oral presentations. Abstracts are available at