Find information and links to the 2010 Clinical Practice Guidelines and Exercise and Long-Term Care Recommendations. Learn about Osteoporosis Canada’s Scientific Advisory Council (SAC).
Find healthcare provider tools including slideshows, algorithms and videos.
Osteoporosis Canada is proud to support clinical, translational and health-outcomes research that focuses on the high fracture-risk population and more specifically, preventing fractures and their negative health consequences.
The Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy represents the vision and coordinated efforts of many groups, including the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC), Ontario Women’s Health Council, Osteoporosis Canada, health care and research professionals, and numerous other community-based stakeholders.
A Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) is a specific model of care where a coordinator pro-actively identifies fracture patients, on a system-wide basis, and determines their fracture risk with the express purpose of facilitating effective osteoporosis treatment for high-risk patients.