Get mapped and win: submit your FLS to Capture the Fracture

Submit information about your Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) to the Capture the Fracture® programme and win a free registration to WCO-IOF-ESCEO in Malaga, Spain.

IOF’s Capture the Fracture® programme recognizes excellence in the implementation of fracture liaison services by hospitals and clinics worldwide.

Make sure your institution’s fracture liaison service gets the recognition it deserves: complete the application form to earn recognition on the global Map of Best Practice and to be assessed for bronze, silver or gold certification by Capture the Fracture®.

Join by August 31 and win a free registration to WCO-IOF-ESCEO

All fracture liaison services which sign up from June 1st to August 31, 2015 are entered into the prize draw for one of 10 free registrations to the world’s largest bone, muscle and joint congress, WCO-IOF-ESCEO 2016 in Malaga, Spain.

How to participate

If you are newly registering your FLS:

  • Complete the FLS questionnaire – it takes less than one hour of your time, and it’s very worthwhile!
  • We also invite you to fill in the Capture the Fracture® survey for feedback on how we can provide continuous improvement.

If you are already part of the CTF network:

  • You are eligible to win too, if you refer a new FLS colleague to Capture the Fracture® and they name you as a referral when completing the questionnaire.

Add your FLS and tell others about this important initiative to close the worldwide care gap in secondary fracture prevention.  

About Capture the Fracture®

Capture the Fracture® is a multi-stakeholder initiative led by the International Osteoporosis Foundation. The initiative hopes to drive change so that secondary fracture prevention becomes a reality around the world. It aims to illustrate global best practice for FLS; set benchmarks to which clinics and hospitals can aspire; provide essential resources and documentation; give international recognition to FLS programmes around the world; and establish mentoring and grant programmes to assist development of FLS at the local level.

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