Scientific Programme

We are delighted to present the scientific programme of the 6th FFN Global Congress 2017.

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Thursday, 24 August 2017

08.00–09.30

PLENARY SESSION I

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Welcome
Chairs: Henrik Palm, Kristina Åkesson,

08.00–08.15

 

Welcome to the FFN and to the Global Congress
Henrik Palm, Kristina Åkesson

08.15–08.25

Welcome - The importance of best hospital practice based on evidence
Ingemar Petersson, Director of Research Skåne University Hospital

08.25–08.45

The global challenge of fragility fractures
David Marsh

08.45–09.00

Secondary prevention
Kristina Åkesson

09.00–09.10

Call for action! - The FFN, EFORT, EUGMS, ICON, IGFS, IOF white paper
Karsten Dreinhöfer

09.10–09.30

Global collaboration to prevent disease
TBC

 

 

09.30–10.15

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTERS

 

 

10.15–11.15

SESSION 1

Room:
Ballroom AB

Pre- and postoperative geriatric assessment and care
Joint with EUGMS
Chairs: Anette Hylen Ranhoff, Antony Johansen

10.15–10.35

Pre-operative geriatric assessment and care: How, when and where?
Susanne van der Mark

10.35–10.55

Post-operative geriatric assessment and care: The geriatric team approach
Ingvild Saltvedt

10.55–11.15

Assessment instruments and domain of assessment; the interface between the orthopedic surgeon, the anaesthesiologist and the geriatrician
Anthony Johansen

 

 

10.15–11.15

SESSION 2

Room:
Ballroom CD

Patient care and prevention of complications
Joint with ICON
Chairs: Ami Hommel, Louise Brent

10.15–10.35

Hip Fracture Audit
Louise Brent

10.35–10.55

New strategies in nurse training in fragility fracture management
Julie Santy Tomlinson

10.55–11.15

Care transition
Anita Meehan

 

 

10.15–11.15

SESSION 3

Room:
Flexible

Arthroplasty in the fragile hip fracture patient - to cement or not?
Chairs: Søren Overgaard, Dieu Donné Niesten

10.15–10.20

Introduction: To cement or not
Søren Overgaard

10.20–10.35

Bone cement implantation syndrome: Pathophysiology, incidence, risk factors, clinical significance and prevention
Sven-Erik Ricksteen

10.35–10.50

Clinical outcome and mortality
Jan-Erik Gjertsen

10.50–11.00

Tips and tricks to the surgeon and anaesthesiologist
Martyn Parker

11.00–11.15

Discussion

 

 

11.15–11.25

BREAK

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 1

Room:
Ballroom AB

Fracture management
Chair: Matthew Costa

11.25–11.33

Randomised trial of Furlong uncemented hemiarthroplasty versus cemented hemiarthroplasty
Martyn Parker

11.33–11.41

A systematic review of short versus long intramedullary fixation in the management of pertrochanteric fractures
Mark Sohatee

11.41–11.49

Preliminary results with augmented cephalomedulary nails for intertrochanteric fractures in geriatric hip fracture patients
Daniel Schweitzer

11.49–11.57

Hansson Pinloc fixation in stable femoral neck fractures. A 1 year follow-up study of 33 cases
Yoshinori Yasuhara

11.57–12.05

Conservative treatment allowing weight bearing in fit patients with undisplaced femoral neck fracture
Paolo Pignedoli

12.05–12.13

Functional outcomes following surgical treatment of periprosthetic femoral fractures
Petros Kapsetakis

12.13–12.21

Floating shoulder - a scoping review and treatment algorithm
Roberto Enrique López Cervantes

12.21–12.29

Fixation or hip replacement for undisplaced fractures of the femoral neck in elderly patients: a national, multicentre, randomised controlled trial.
Frede Frihagen

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 2

Room:
Ballroom CD

Peri-operative management
Chair: Lauren Beaupre

11.25–11.33

Thromboembolic complications after hip fracture surgery
Liv Riisager Wahlsten

11.33–11.41

The impact of renal impairment on withdrawal of Direct Oral Anticoagulants (DOACs) in patients with hip fracture
Antony  Johansen

11.41–11.49

Peri-operative apixaban and rivaroxaban levels in patients over the age of 65 years presenting with an acute fracture
Sarah Hitchen

11.49–11.57

Do anticoagulants affect outcome of hip fracture surgery? A cross-sectional analysis
Yingyi Wendy Yap

11.57–12.05

Does anaesthetic type influence the development of post operative cognitive dysfunction, measured as a peri operative change in abbreviated mental test score (AMTS), in fractured neck of femur surgery? – a retrospective cohort study
Mark Sohatee

12.05–12.13

Causes for delayed surgery of hip fracture in Japan
Hiroshi Hagino

12.13–12.21

Atrial fibrillation after hip surgery
Alessandro Cartei

12.21–12.29

Effect of methylprednisolone on postoperative delirium in elderly patients under-going hip fracture surgery: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
ChristopherClemmesen  

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 3

Room: Flexible

Research in fragility fractures
Chair: Nicola Napoli

11.25–11.33

Low risk of nonunion with lateral locked plating of distal femoral fractures – a retrospective study of 191 consecutive patients
Sanet Andersson

11.33–11.41

Epigenetic variation associated with the onset of postoperative delirium: a longitudinal pilot study of DNA methylation
John Charity

11.41–11.49

Reduced kidney function is associated with increased risk of fractures in older women
Linnea Malmgren

11.49–11.57

Exploring the knowledge, skills and attitude of orthopaedic nurses towards caring for older hip fracture patients with delirium
Taran Oberai

11.57–12.05

What worsens mortality when hip fracture surgery is delayed?
Katie J. Sheehan

12.05–12.13

Waiting time for surgery in patients with osteoporotic hip fractures and mortality, quality of life and new fractures
Aikaterini Bavelou

12.13–12.21

Acetabular fractures in patients aged over 60 years
Jenny Thain

12.21–12.29

Re-fracture events: results of a provincial fracture-reduction screening program   
Rebeka
Sujic

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

12.40–13.30

SYMPOSIUM supported by UCB

Room:

Ballroom AB

Improving the conversation: how can we help each other to capture all fragility fractures?

Speaker: Matthew Costa & Kassim Javaid

   

 12.30–13.20

 SYMPOSIUM Zimmer Biomet Institut

Room:

Ballroom CD

 Embrace Complexity! Advancing Fragility Fracture Care

Speaker: Michael Blauth & Stefaan Nijs

   

13.30–14.30

SESSION 4

Room: 
Ballroom AB

Optimizing peri-operative outcome
Chair: Jonas Åkeson, Richard Griffiths

13.30–13.50

Principles of anaesthesia for hip surgery
Stuart White

13.50–14.10

Intra-operative haemodynamic optimization
Nicolai Bang Foss

14.10–14.30

Prediction and management of postoperative pain
Jonas Åkeson

 

 

13.30–14.30

SESSION 5

Room:
Ballroom CD

Under-treatment of patients at risk of fracture
Joint with ASBMR
Chairs: Nicola Napoli, Kristina Åkesson

13.30–13.40

The impact of the problem
Paolo Falaschi

13.40–14.00

Preventive measures for falls and fractures
Paul Mitchell

14.00–14.15

The fear of treating with anti-osteoporotic medication
Nicola Napoli 

14.15–14.30

Tailored treatment solutions for patients at risk of fracture
Bente Langdahl

 

 

13.30–14.30

SESSION 6

Room: Flexible

FFN Regionalisation - results from local network initiatives
FFN Regionalisation Working Group
Chairs: David Marsh, Henrik Palm

13.30–13.40

Why does the world need local FFNs?
David Marsh

13.40–14.00

Current status of FFN-Japan
Takashi Matsushita, Takeshi Sawaguchi

14.00–14.15

Current status of FFN-India
Rajesh Malhota, Santosh Rath

14.15–14.30

Roundtable of progress and obstacles in other countries and regions:Monica Perracini, Adriana Braga de Castro Machado (Brazil)
Maroun Rizkallah, Mirvat al Khoury (Lebanon)
Elias Panagiotopoulos, Panagiota Copanitsanou (Greece)
Maria Nuotio, Anne Harjula (Finland)

Luca Pietrogrande, Carmelinda Ruggiero (Italy)

 

 

14.30–14.40

BREAK

 

 

14.40–15.45

SESSION 7

Room:
Ballroom AB

Mind the (mind) gap - on patients’ perceptions after fragility fracture
Chairs: Cecilia Rogmark, Anita Meehan

14.40–14.48

Living with osteoporosis – my personal patient story
Ursula Jensen

14.48–15.00

A life breaking event – patients’ experience of a hip fracture
Lena Zidén

15.00–15.12

Abandoned in a painful and never ending story – the story of women with osteoporotic vertebral compression fractures'
Hilda Svensson

15.12–15.25

How can we engage – and learn from – patients and next of kind in fragility fracture care?
Maria Crotty

15.25–15.40

Discussion

 

 

14.40–15.45

SESSION 8

Room:
Ballroom CD

Recommendations for physical rehabilitation and outcome measures in daily clinical practice after hip fractures?
Physiotherapy – FFN Special Interest Group
Chairs: Morten Tange Kristensen, Monica Perracini

14.40–14.50

Physical interventions:  Acute and early post-acute inpatient carel
Marcie Harris-Haye

14.50–15.00

Physical interventions: Post-acute home-based and outpatient care
Christine M. McDonough

15.00–15.10

Outcome measures:  Pre-fracture and acute/early post-acute inpatient care
Morten Tange Kristensen

15.10–15.20

Outcome measures: Post-acute home-based and outpatient care
Jan Arnholtz Overgaard

15.20–15.30

Could these recommendations be expanded to other geriatric fracture groups, beyond hip fracture?
Kathleen Kline Mangione

15.30–15.45

Discussion

 

 

14.40–15.45

SESSION 9

Room: Flexible

Frailty - comorbidities and sarcopenia
Chairs: Fiona McGuigan

 14.40–15.00

Frailty – a concept and a measure
TBC

15.00–15.15

Frailty and/or sarcopenia as a predictor of falls and fracture – which is most informative?
TBC

 15.15–15.30

Interventions to reduce frailty after fracture – can outcome be improved?
TBC

15.30–15.45

Novel therapies targeting sarcopenia
TBC

   

15.45–16.30

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTERS

 

 

16.30–17.30

PLENARY SESSION II

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Blood - NOAC, transfusion and tromboprofylaxis
Chairs: Björn Rosengren, Stuart White

16.30–17.00

Transfusion
Nicolai Bang Foss

17.00–17.30

NOAC - how to pause and who to stop?
Tord Julin

17.30–18.00

Tromboprofylaxis - for all or for whom
Eva Zetterberg

 

 

19.00–22.00

OTHERS

 

NETWORKING EVENING
The Networking Dinner will be hosted by the City of Malmö in the Old City Hall Malmö, Sweden




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Friday, 25 August 2017

08.00–09.30

PLENARY SESSION III

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Bridging the gap between ideas, research and implementation
Chairs: Cecilia Rogmark, Maria Crotty

08.00–08.20

 

How to implement scientific findings into clinical practice
Matthew Costa

08.20–08.50

The value of large RCTs in fragility fracture - general challenges
Mohit Bhandari

08.50–09.10

Qualitative studies in fragility fracture research - benefits and limitations
Julie Santy-Tomlinson

09.10–09.30

Burning issues in rehab research
Sarah Lamb

 

 

09.30–10.15

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTERS

 

 

10.15–11.15

SESSION 10

Room:
Ballroom AB

Falls prevention
Chairs: Killian Rapp, Paul Mitchell

10.15–10.30

Fall and fracture prevention in nursing homes: Long-term results of the ‘Bavarian Falls and Fracture Prevention Programme’
Patrick Roigk, Killian Rapp

10.30–10.45

Falls and Fragility Fracture Outcomes for New Zealand’s Older People - A Whole of System approach
Gill Hall, Ken Stewart, Paul Mitchell

10.45–11.00

Implementation of fall and fracture prevention in rural areas: First results of ‘The osteoporotic fracture prevention program in rural areas (OFRA)’
Killian Rapp

11.00–11.15

Primary care based screen and treat options for fall prevention: Lessons from recent and on-going trials
Sarah Lamb

 

 

10.15–11.15

SESSION 11

Room:
Ballroom CD

(Non)Operative treatment of fragility fractures
Joint with SICOT
Chairs: James Waddell, David Marsh

10.15-10.25

Fragility Fracture in Low and Middle Income  Countries – A Growing Concern
Rehan Ul Haq

10.25-10.35

Fragility Fracture in Austere Environments: Who Needs Surgery?
Rajesh Malhotra

10.35-10.45

Differences in management of fragility hip fractures based on living residence
Thierry Bégué

10.45-10.55

How Do We Improve Hip Fracture Outcomes – An Algorithm
James P. Waddell

10.55-11.05

Evidence of Treatment of Upper Extremity Fractures in the Elderly
Per-Olof Josefsson

11.05-11.15

Discussion

 

 

10.15–11.15

Session 12

Room: Flexible

Vertebral fractures - diagnosis and management
Vertebral Fragility Fracture – FFN Special Interest Group
Chairs: Gabor Major, Lyn March

10.15–10.20

Welcome and Introduction
Lyn March

10.20–10.30

Identification of VFF – Overview: Detection and reporting of VFF
Andrew Pearson

10.30–10.35

Identification of VFF – Update on VFF identification guidance from NOS
Sonya Stephenson

10.35–10.40

Identification of VFF – Evaluation of an electronic detection tool for VFF
Lillias Nairn

10.40–10.45

Discussion

10.45–10.55

Acute management of VFF – Overview: Current evidence for VFF management
Opinder Sahota

10.55–11.05

Acute management of VFF – Setting the scene: The problem and the patients
Terrence Ong

11.05–11.10

Discussion

11.10–11.15

Discussion of draft statements for endorsement
Gabor Major

 

 

11.15–11.25

BREAK

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 4

Room:
Ballroom AB

Rehabilitation after fracture
Chair: Louise Brent

11.25–11.33

The efficacy of fascia iliaca block in geriatric hip fracture patients: a retrospective matched case control study
Bryan Yijia

11.33–11.41

Regain of the pre-fracture basic mobility at the time of acute hospital discharge is associated with the risk of 30-day mortality and readmission – A 1-year nationwide register study of 5,554 Danish patients with hip fracture
Morten Tange Kristensen

11.41–11.49

Barthel Index and the Cumulated Ambulation Score are superior to the de Morton Mobility Index for the early assessment of outcome in patients under acute hospitalization following surgery for a hip fracture
Signe Hulsbaek

11.49–11.57

Screening for delirium after hip fracture surgery - using the 4AT test as part of a national clinical audit
Antony Johansen

11.57–12.05

Cut-points for maximal knee-extension strength indicating sarcopenia is associated with functional performance four months after hip fracture
Jan Arnholtz Overgaard

12.05–12.13

Chronic pain experience after hip fracture surgery and its correlation with physical functioning
Monica Perracini

12.13–12.21

Satisfaction and utility of a session of recommendations and instructions in patient handling at home in caregivers of patients with an acute hip fracture
Patrocinio Ariza-Vega

12.21–12.29

Fracture in the Elderly Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation (FEMuR): a phase II randomised feasibility study of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation package following hip fracture
Catherine Sackley

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 5

Room:
Ballroom CD

Prevention of new fractures
Chair: Jay Magaziner

11.25–11.33

Bridging the gap from novice to expert: Developing the role of the fracture prevention practitioner
Debbie  Stone

11.33–11.41

Romosozumab rapidly reduces clinical vertebral fracture incidence: results from the FRAME study
Piet Geusens

11.41–11.49

Fracture Liaison Service database - Developing a national clinical audit to measure secondary fracture prevention provision
Naomi Vasilakis

11.49–11.57

Fracture Liaison Service: Report on the first successful experience from the Middle East
Maroun Rizkallah

11.57–12.05

Assessing the potential impact of prescribing anti-osteoporosis medication after an index fracture as part of a national clinical audit
Kassim Javaid

12.05–12.13

How efficient is the FLS in identifying the high fracture risk individuals suitable for preventive measures?
Anna Holmberg

12.13–12.21

Updates on the Norwegian Capture the Fracture® Initiative (NoFRACT)
Lene B. Solberg

12.21–12.29

Comparative effectiveness of nurse case-manager vs multifaceted intervention to increase osteoporosis treatment in older patients with upper extremity fracture: results of a randomized trial
Lauren Beaupre

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

11.25–12.30

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 6

Room:
Flexible

Changing policy
Chair: Opinder Sahota

11.25–11.33

Fracture Liaison Services - An analysis of the cost consequences from the perspective of the Australian Health System
Gabor Major

11.33–11.41

Establishment of a fragility fracture liaison service in a tertiary care hospital of India
Vijay Sharma

11.41–11.49

Premium payments for meeting 6 clinical standards in hip fracture patients took 5 years to improve time to operation across three teaching hospitals in Western Australia
Hannah Seymour

11.49–11.57

Lessons from India fragility hip fracture audit: the need for a health systems approach to bridge evidence practice gaps
Santosh Rath

11.57–12.05

Outcome after hip fracture in the new millennium
Martyn Parker

12.05–12.13

The international diffusion of best practices to improve the care of patients with fragility hip fracture
Santosh Rath

12.13–12.21

Cost-effectiveness analysis of Alendronate and Denosumab in the treatment of osteoporotic Japanese women at high risk of fragility fractures
Tomohiro Yoshizawa

12.21–12.29

Using national hip fracture registries and audit databases to develop an international perspective
Antony Johansen

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

12.30–13.20

SYMPOSIUM supported by AMGEN

Room:
Ballroom AB

What are the treatment options and optimal timing for post fracture care?

Speaker: Mattias Lorentzon & Bente Langdahl

 

 

13.30–14.30

SESSION 13

Room: 
Ballroom AB

Preoperative scenarios – battle discussion
Chair: Martyn Parker

13.30–13.40

Introduction to the debate
Martyn Parker

13.40–14.30

Preoperative scenarios – battle discussion

Martyn Parker
Hannah Seymour
Nicolai Bang Foss
Richard Griffiths

 

 

13.30–14.30

SESSION 14

Room:
Ballroom CD

Hip Fracture Audit: What can we learn from each other?
Hip Fracture Audit Database – FFN Implementation Group
Chair: Colin Currie

13.30–13.40

Introduction
Colin Currie

13.40–13.55

Emerging National Audits: Report from Spain
Cristina Ojeda-Thies

13.55–14.10

Emerging National Audits: Report from Japan
Takashi Matsushita

14.10–14.20

The FFN Hip Fracture Audit Database: web-based international audit – experience and developments: Audit and service improvement: Celje, Slovenia
Drago Brilej

14.20–14.30

The FFN Hip Fracture Audit Database: web-based international audit – experience and developments: Audit and the German Fragility Fracture initiative: Stuttgart, Germany
Peter Schulz

 

Discussion included with Tim Bunning and Jonathan Roberts

 

 

13.30–14.30

SESSION 15

Room:
Flexible

Confusion and dementia - consequences and treatment
Chairs: Sölve Elmståhl, Paolo Falaschi

13.30–13.45

Diagnosis and incidence of confusion and dementia
Sölve Elmståhl

13.45–14.10

Risk factors and consequenses of confusion and dementia for fall and fractures Lars Nyberg

14.10–14.30

Confusion, dementia and mobilisation
Lauren Beaupre

 

 

14.30–14.40

BREAK

 

 

14.40–15.45

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 7

Room:
Ballroom AB

Fracture management
Chair: Matthew Costa

14.40–14.48

Frailty status predicts falls in older women: a study in the Osteoporosis Prospective Risk Assessment (OPRA) cohort
Patrik Bartosch

14.48–14.56

Planning the trauma week - variation in hip fracture presentations through the week
Chris Boulton

14.56–15.04

Management of the dislocated hemiarthroplasty
Martyn  Parker

15.04–15.12

Mortality in patients treated with cemented or uncemented hemiarthroplasty - A nationwide study from the Danish Interdisciplinary Registry for Hip Fractures
Bjarke Viberg

15.12–15.20

High failure rate after internal fixation and beneficial outcome after arthroplasty in displaced femoral neck fractures in patients 55 to 70 years. 2713 patients treated with internal screw fixation, bipolar hemiarthroplasty or total hip arthroplasty from the Norwegian Hip Fracture Register
Frede Frihagen

15.20–15.28

Using clinical audit to improve hip fracture care in Ireland: The Irish Hip Fracture Database (IHFD)
Louise Brent

15.28–15.36

Implementing your FLS program: what works and what doesn’t work
Kathy Williams

15.36–15.44

The AIM Trial extended follow-up: Three year outcomes from an equivalence randomized clinical trial comparing close contact casting with internal fixation surgery for unstable malleolar fractures in patients over 60 years
David Keene

Top 6 Oral Presentation

 

 

14.40–15.45

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 8

Room:
Ballroom CD

Research in fragility fractures
Chair: Nicola Napoli

14.40–14.48

Functional outcomes in total hip arthroplasty: a matched cohort study between neck of femur fractures and osteoarthritis
Chun Hong Tang

14.48–14.56

The estimated need for DXA scans, epidemiology, treatment and complications of long bone fractures among older adults in Stavanger region
Ane Djuv

14.56–15.04

Changes in basic patient-related characteristics of older hip fracture patients during eight years of orthogeriatric collaboration
Maria Nuotio

15.04–15.12

Can user-involvement help bridge the gap in the osteoporosis continuum?
Charlotte Myhre Jensen

15.12–15.20

Bone geometric properties of the femoral neck in underweight eumenorrhoeic women
Abir Alwan

15.20–15.28

Recovery from extracapsular hip fracture. A longitudinal qualitative study of patients’ experiences
Rebecca Fox

15.28–15.36

Epidemiology of hip fractures in Ukraine: results of two retrospective studies
Vladyslav Povoroznyuk

15.36–15.44

Orthopaedic surgeons perceptions of frailty and frailty screening in the Australian practice context
Mellick Chehade

 

 

14.40–15.45

SESSION 16

Room: Flexible

Recovery Following Hip Fracture: Impact of Psycho-Cognitive Factors on Patients and Caregivers
Hip Fracture Recovery Research – FFN Special Interest Group
Chairs: Jay Magaziner, Lauren Beaupre

14.40–15.05

Cognition and psycho-social changes after hip fracture
Jay Magaziner

15.05–15.25

Setting the agenda for recovery research in older adults with hip fractures: Considering the bigger picture - Results of the FFN membership survey
Mohammad Auais

15.25–15.45

Supporting caregivers through education and web-based initiatives
Patrocinio Ariza Vega

 

 

15.45–16.30

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTERS

 

 

16.30–17.30

PLENARY SESSION IV

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Fast Track - how fast can you go
Chairs: Mohit Bhandari, Henrik Palm

16.30–16.40

Background and definitions
Cecilia Rogmark

16.40–17.05

Anaesthesiology aspects on fast track - not just fast but safe
Nicolai Bang Foss

17.05–17.30

Surgical aspects on fast track - not just fast but good
Martyn Parker

 

 

17.30–18.00

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 9

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Top 6 Poster Presentation
Chairs: Matthew Costa, Jay Magaziner

17.30–17.35

The need for intensive care monitoring in elderly patients with fractured neck of femurs
Parisah Seyed-Safi

17.35–17.40

Is the risk of dislocation of hemiarthroplasty higher in patients with neuromuscular conditions?
Martyn  Parker

17.40–17.45

Hip fractures: “What I wish you had told me”
Lauren  McCluskey

17.45–17.50

Measuring impact of fracture liaison service using national prescribing data in England
Tim Jones

17.50–17.55

The treatment gap after fracture in osteoporosis patients in Sweden
Anna Spångéus

17.55–18.00

Reducing 30 days mortality and 30 days readmissions for patients with hip fracture discharged to nursing care
Heidi Grejsen

 

 

18.00–19.00

OTHERS

 

Poster Walk Reception

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday, 26 August 2017

07.30–08.30

OTHERS

Room:
Ballroom A-D

GENERAL ASSEMBLY
Paid-up FFN members only

 

 

08.30–09.30

PLENARY SESSION V

Room:
Ballroom A-D

FLS and secondary fracture prevention
Chairs: Kristina Åkesson, Paul Mitchell

08.30–08.50

Strategies to increase secondary fracture prevention (Joint with IOF)
Kassim Javaid

08.50–09.05

Implementing a national plan of action to reduce the next fracture – the experience from New Zealand
Paul Mitchell

09.05–09.20

National audits to improve secondary care
TBC

09.20–09.30

 Discussion

   

09.30–10.15

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTERS

 

 

10.15–11.15

FREE PAPER SESSION OP 10

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Top 6 Oral Presentations
Chairs: Matthew Costa, Jay Magaziner

10.15–10.25

Effect of methylprednisolone on postoperative delirium in elderly patients undergoing hip fracture surgery: a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial
Christopher Clemmesen

10.25–10.35

The AIM Trial extended follow-up: Three year outcomes from an equivalence randomized clinical trial comparing close contact casting with internal fixation surgery for unstable malleolar fractures in patients over 60 years
David J. Keene

10.35–10.45

Fracture in the Elderly Multidisciplinary Rehabilitation (FEMuR): a phase II randomised feasibility study of a multidisciplinary rehabilitation package following hip fracture
Catherine Sackley

10.45–10.55

Comparative effectiveness of nurse case-manager vs multifaceted intervention to increase osteoporosis treatment in older patients with upper extremity fracture: results of a randomized trial
Lauren Beaupre

10.55–11.05

Re-fracture events: Results of a provincial fracture-reduction screening program
Rebeka Sujic

11.05–11.15

Using national hip fracture registries and audit databases to develop an international perspective
Antony  Johansen

 

 

11.15–11.25

BREAK

 

 

11.25–12.30

PLENARY SESSION VI

Room:
Ballroom A–D

Time to act! Future needs in research and management
Chairs: Henrik Palm, Kristina Åkesson

11.25–11.40

The needs and next level in calcification research (Joint with ECTS)
Bente Langdahl

11.40–11.55

Geriatric terra incognito - and how to conquer the centre of future healthcare
Finbarr Martin

11.55–12.10

The black holes in surgical fragility fracture research
Frede Frihagen

12.10–12.25

Patient perspectives getting back to life - time to know more?
Karen Hertz

 

 

12.30–13.30

OTHERS

Room:
Ballroom A-D

Closing Ceremony
Henrik Palm,Kristina Åkesson

 

FFN Global Congress 2018 – What to expect?
Paolo Falaschi, Emer Ahern, Conor Hurson