Brookfield Chair in Fracture Prevention Funds New Fracture Liaison Service Program in Frederiction, NB
The Fredericton BreakFree Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) program is the first FLS funded in New Brunswick by Dr. Earl Bogoch in his role as the Brookfield Chair in Fracture Prevention, University of Toronto.
New FLS site in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
New FLS site in Chilliwack, British Columbia
New FLS Sites in BC and PEI
The ongoing collaboration between The Brookfield Chair in Fracture Prevention and Osteoporosis Canada has resulted in a new program BreakFree – resulting in new resources for the continued growth and establishment of new Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) sites across Canada.
St. Michael’s Hospital celebrates the 20th anniversary of the establishment of FLS
St. Michael’s Hospital (SMH) in Toronto put into place the first Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) program – the first of its kind in Canada and the program has been a leader in the FLS movement across the country, and worldwide, since 2002.
Dr. Earl Bogoch Appointed the Inaugural Holder of the Brookfield Chair in Fracture Prevention
Dr. Earl Bogoch has been appointed the inaugural holder of the Brookfield Chair in Fracture Prevention. This University of Toronto chair, a global first of its type, has been established at the University of Toronto and St. Michael’s Foundation through the generosity of Brookfield Partners Foundation, which provided a $3 million grant. Dr. Bogoch was appointed after a Faculty search process.
The Chair will support FLS start-up programs with training, knowledge, and funding.