This document examines the need for and many benefits of FLS and provides a great overview for FLS.
The minimum processes needed for any FLS to successfully ensure that the great majority of fracture patients will receive appropriate osteoporosis care.
Setting the foundation for reflective practice and improvement for FLSs.
The Quality Standards provide a concise set of statements, which describe the essential functions of an FLS.
Tools useful for, and developed in partnership with, Canadian FLS coordinators.
Appendices supporting the need for, and many benefits of, FLS.
Osteoporosis Canada (OC) is pleased to offer a free consultation to Canadian FLSs prior to implementation!
These webinars offer great information for healthcare professionals and those interested in FLS implementation.
Members of this national network receive access to timely and relevant information, and webinars related to FLS in Canada.
The human cost of osteoporosis
Fracture incidence and costs by province
Best practices for post-fracture osteoporosis care: Fracture Liaison Services
Other models of post-fracture osteoporosis care
Generic Fracture Liaison Service business plan template
Potential cost savings of FLS by province
How to start and expand Fracture Liaison Services
Step by step guide to setting up a Fracture Liaison Service
Algorithms for FLS by fracture type (including templates for form letters to Primary Care Providers)
Other practical tools for FLS (including sample FLS program logic, sample job description for FLS coordinator, FLS checklists, etc.)
Fracture Liaison Service online resources
IOF FLS Best Practice Framework