Guide to the formation of National Fragility Fracture Networks

Formation of national alliances between relevant professional associations to persuade politicians and promote best practice among colleagues.

This guide provides steps to setting up and broadening national Fragility Fracture Networks. The guide outlines the projects and roles of national FFNs to drive changes in clinical practice and national policy.


Co-author, Professor Takeshi Sawaguchi, Toyama Municipal Hospital, Japan

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