Date & Time: 25 June 2020, 4pm CEST
Featuring Kassim Javaid and moderated by Thomas Funk-Brentano
Costs: Live webinar is free for ECTS members and non-members, but a registration is required.
Recordings are accessible to ECTS members only.
- 5 min welcome & introductions
- 35 min presentation
- 20 min Q&A
- Describe the core components of an effective Fracture Liaison Service
- Describe how Fracture Liaison Services can check their performance
- Describe the opportunities for Fracture Liaison Services in the new normal
Featuring Kassim Javaid
Associate Professor in Metabolic Bone Disease, University of Oxford
Dr Javaid is an adult rheumatologist and specializes common and rare metabolic bone diseases. He is the clinical lead for Oxford Fracture prevention service and the mandatory national HQIP Fracture Liaison Service Database Audit for England and Wales run through the Royal College of Physicians. Internationally, he co-chairs the International Osteoporosis Foundation Capture the Fracture programme that has audited over 400 services globally. His research interests include epidemiology of musculoskeletal diseases with a focus on rare diseases of the bone, vitamin D and secondary fracture prevention.