A team of Australian researchers, in partnership with the Global Alliance for Musculoskeletal Health has developed the first internationally-informed framework for developing and evaluating musculoskeletal Models of Care.
Select this link to view information on the Royal College of Physicians Falls and Fragility Fracture Audit Programme (FFFAP).
The Fragility Fracture Network (FFN’s) mission is to promote globally the optimal multidisciplinary management of the patients with a fragility fracture, including secondary prevention. FFN is a fast growing organisation with global reach and a multidisciplinary membership, currently with 40% of the membership being orthopaedic surgeons.
NZMAT is a civilian-based disaster medical assistance team comprising clinical and allied staff including doctors, nurses, paramedics, allied health, and non-medical members such as logisticians.
The NZMAT Newsletter highlights some of the current work and activity underway to establish an NZMAT capability.
Further information about NZMAT is available from the Ministry of Health website.