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FFN Researchers Interested in Your Views on Psych-Cognitive and Social Factors to Improve Recovery from Hip Fracture

The Fragility Fracture Network Special Interest Group on Hip Fracture Recovery Research would like your opinion about important psychosocial and cognitive factors that may be important for improving outcomes from hip fracture.

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Current Concepts Review Establishing a Fracture Liaison Service: An Orthopaedic Approach

Anna N. Miller, MD, Anne F. Lake, DNP, and Cynthia L. Emory, MD

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Orthogeriatrics - Paolo Falaschi and David R. Marsh

Short Presentation

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Bidding Round 2018 + 2019 now open


Would you be interested to host a FFN global Congress in your country?
All FFN members are invited to participate in the new bidding round for the 7th FFN Global Congress 2018 and the 8th FFN Global Congress 2019 by

November 1, 2016. For more details please click here

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The Future of Hip Fracture Audit


Hip fracture is a common, serious and well-defined injury affecting mainly older people. As populations age globally, it has emerged both as an ideal tracer condition for the wider challenge of fragility fracture care, and an ideal subject for clinical audit.


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FFN - Hip Fracture Audit Database - Pilot Phase


Read the report of the Pilot Phase of the FFN Hip Fracture Audit Database (HFAD): REPORT

Read more on the FFN website about the Hip Fracture Audit Database.

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Article in Times Colonist: Speedy surgery on hip fractures saves money, keeps seniors mobile


A dramatic increase in the number of hip-fracture surgeries done within 48 hours at Royal Jubilee Hospital is decreasing complications, saving money and maybe saving lives. Read the full article.

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