Bone Matters is an ongoing series of interactive forums broadcast live over the Internet. Each forum, led by a Canadian expert in osteoporosis care, will help participants better understand how to prevent the next fracture and live well with osteoporosis.
Topics to be covered include advancements in treatments, exercises for individuals with osteoporosis, bone-friendly nutrition and other issues identified by COPN (Canadian Osteoporosis Patient Network) members as the ones in which they are most interested.
How can I find out about upcoming Bones Matters?
All COPN members are alerted to upcoming forums in COPING, their biweekly newsletter. Not already a member of COPN? Sign up here for the free newsletter and much more. Notices will also be published on the Osteoporosis Canada website and through our social media feeds on Facebook and Twitter.
For more information contact the Canadian Osteoporosis Patient Network (COPN): firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-463-6842 ext. 2223
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MOST RECENT WEBINAR
Frequently Asked Questions about Osteoporosis
Wednesday, November 28, 2018
Presenter: Sandra Kim, MD, FRCPC
Chair, Scientific Advisory Council, Osteoporosis Canada
Assistant Professor, Endocrinology and Metabolism, University of Toronto
Director, Centre for Osteoporosis and Bone Health, Women’s College Hospital
Member, Osteoporosis Canada Board of Directors
Living with osteoporosis can bring up many questions as to how to best manage your condition. Whether you’re newly diagnosed, or have already done your research, there’s always something more you can learn to live well with osteoporosis. Dr. Sandra Kim covers everything from medications and worries about their side effects, fracture risk assessment, and recommended intake of calcium and vitamin D.
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