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Capture the Fracture® highlighted at FAN Workshops

The EU FLS Academy & Network (FAN) is a 3-year Pan European regional initiative which aims to support European Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) as they improve their effectiveness and make their centers sustainable over time. The FAN initiative is chaired by Capture the Fracture®’s Steering Committee Co-Chair, Professor Kassim Javaid. 

Successful IOF Tour on secondary fracture prevention in Mexico

How can we ensure that all high-risk patients with a fracture are assessed and treated quickly in order to reduce the risk of another fracture? This was the question that was answered in the two editions of the IOF Secondary Fracture Prevention Tour held on October 28th and November 5th.

Zorginstituut Nederland supports a coordinated approach to post-fracture care

 

The Dutch Healthcare Institute (Zorginstituut Nederland, ZIN) is an important public organisation that assesses whether diagnostics and (therapeutic) interventions are being deployed cost-effectively and with an emphasis on patient care.

Capture The Fracture® Warmly Welcomes Chile To The Map Of Best Practice!

The Hospital Clínico Red Salud UC CHRISTUS in Santiago, Chile is the first Chilean FLS to be added to the Map of Best Practice.

Established in May 2020, the No+Fracturas FLS is 557th FLS to join the Map of Best Practice, making Chile the 48th country represented. Capture the Fracture® is growing rapidly in the LATAM region, with 22 new FLS added to the map in 2020.

IOF Tour in Latin America dedicated to Secondary Fracture Prevention

Participate in the IOF Tour, an initiative by the International Osteoporosis Foundation and Capture the Fracture(R) to educate healthcare professionals on how to implement PFC coordination services.  

CTF webinar boosts interest in FLS implementation in Qatar and the Gulf region

Sixty-seven attendees from the Gulf region and the Hamad Medical Corporation (HMC) in Qatar participated in the Capture the Fracture (CTF) webinar "How to set up your FLS". 

 

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