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Fragility fracture care guidelines in Asia-Pacific

There is a need for coordinated, multi-disciplinary models of care to achieve the best outcomes for patients with fragility fractures.

This webpage includes links to: (i) standards of care of people with a hip fracture; (ii) models of care and implementation guides for fracture liaison services in Australian hospitals; and (iii) the Australian and New Zealand Hip Fracture Registry Annual Report.

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ONZ launches clinical standards to prevent older Kiwis from sustaining recurrent fragility fractures

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Making headway in facilitating optimal fragility fracture management in the Asia Pacific

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Improving time to surgery for hip fracture patients

APFFA blog

New IOF-APOA initiative urging orthopaedic surgeons to play a greater role in secondary fracture prevention

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Long-term treatment of post-menopausal osteoporosis

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