To implement the Global Call to Action where you work, we encourage you to read the
FFN Clinical and Policy Toolkits.
FFN reached its 10-year anniversary in 2022 and the objectives of the first strategic plan (2017-2021) have been successfully achieved. The new strategic plan for 2022-2026 can be viewed and downloaded here.
The FFN is committed to ensuring that everyone who sustains a fragility fracture during the United Nations-World Health Organization Decade of Healthy Ageing 2021-2030 receives optimal acute care, rehabilitation and secondary fracture prevention.
The Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care...
Evaluating a hip fracture patient’s performance in the early phase...
The foundation of FFN activities comprises of four ‘Pillars’ of activity each of which includes an orthogeriatric
approach that addresses the patient’s frailty as well as the fracture management
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