The focus of the work at a national level is planned activity to improve care for patients. Therefore, the Regionalization Committee works with leaders in each country to identify the organizational structure that would best support implementation of local improvement initiatives. This can include:
Regionalisation Committee Activities
The Regionalisation Committee brings together activists and thought leaders through Regional Expert Meetings aimed at leveraging the global community to increase the uptake of knowledge. The focus of this work for FFN is to support the implementation of the Strategic Plan, specifically the first two strategies of Ortho geriatrics and implementing best practices, at a country level.
Activities to support clinical change require the dissemination of evidence-based resources, including tools. Increased awareness is achieved through educational events, such as webinars, and access to multidisciplinary, multi-professional education tools and programs for use at the national level to enable workforce development.
FFN supports local change by sharing information and facilitating knowledge exchange both within and between countries within a region and across the globe.
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