A Broken Bone is Life-Changing
John Winslow was an engineer who loved getting the job done. He enrolled in McMaster University’s Divinity Program and went on to become a Reverend. A resident
In this issue:
- Osteoporosis Interprofessional Education (OP IPE) Module
- Fracture Screening and Prevention Program and CLEAR Medical Imaging Partnership
- Bone Mineral Density Testing (RUR) and Reporting work in the North Simcoe Muskoka LHIN
- Capturing Vertebral Fracture Patients at Royal Victoria
Osteoporosis Canada, Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy, University of Waterloo and GERAS Centre for Aging Research are excited to announce the launch of four series of videos, aimed at educating health care professionals to prevent falls and fractures for long-term care (LTC)
The Ottawa Hospital has been recognized for its work in preventing bone fractures.
The certificate of achievement acknowledges the hospital’s implementation of a fracture screening and prevention program.
“Basically, once someone has a fragility fracture there’s a high chance someone
Join the co-chairs of Health Quality Ontario’s Hip Fracture Quality Standard Advisory Committee, Rhona McGlasson and Dr. James Waddell, on this provincial webinar as they discuss how health care professionals across Ontario can use the evidence-based guidance, measurement tools and …Read More
Twenty-eight percent of women and 37% of men who suffer a hip fracture will die within the following year. About one in three patients with hip fractures will re-fracture within a year and more than half will suffer another fracture …Read More