Why do bones fracture?

Why do bones fracture?

Learn more about bone biology and the processes behind reductions in bone strength and density that lead to fractures…

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Why do bones fracture?
Diagnosis and assessing fracture risk

Diagnosis and assessing fracture risk

Understand the tools available to identify those at risk of fractures and to reduce secondary fractures…

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Diagnosis and assessing fracture risk
Use of bisphosphonates and SERMs

Use of bisphosphonates and SERMs

Discover how these agents exert their effects on bone, and improve your understanding of who might be most suitable for these medications…

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Use of bisphosphonates and SERMs
Use of RANKL inhibitors and PTH derivatives

Use of RANKL inhibitors and PTH derivatives

Learn more about these therapies and who might benefit most from their use…

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Use of RANKL inhibitors and PTH derivatives
Initiating treatment

Initiating treatment

Understand the importance of personalizing therapy in maximizing patient outcomes…

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Initiating treatment
Considerations in the clinic

Considerations in the clinic

What are the everyday practicalities of managing osteoporosis and how do we overcome barriers to optimizing patient outcomes...?

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Considerations in the clinic

About the program

This program entitled ‘Excellence in osteoporosis – optimizing patient outcomes’ provides a comprehensive learning tool designed by an international faculty to improve outcomes for people with osteoporosis. Covering topics from bone biology through to use of therapeutic agents and practical case studies, this program is highly interactive and easy to use to facilitate learning.

The target audience for this program is physicians in specialist and non-specialist settings including primary care.

CME ACCREDITATION 

This program is accredited by EACCME® and the Institute for Medical & Nursing Education.

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Meet the faculty

‘Excellence in osteoporosis – optimizing patient outcomes’ has been developed by faculty committed to improving outcomes for people with osteoporosis.

  • Michael McClung, USA, Programme Director
  • Stuart Ralston, UK, Programme Director
  • Ben-Hur Albergaria, Brazil
  • Jacques Brown, Canada
  • Fidencio Cons Molina, Mexico
  • Şansın Tüzün, Turkey
  • Nelson Watts, USA

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