Virtual Education Forum
Introducing our new rebranded Public Virtual Education Forums: Bone Matters – take charge of your bone health.
Bones 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.
What do I need to participate? With a computer with a high speed internet connection you can participate in Bone Matters at home, work or even a public library.
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- If you chose to use Google Chrome, please complete the following steps to access the presentations. Click here.
- Presentations are not accessible when using mobile devices (eg. tablets and smart phones)
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For more information contact the Canadian Osteoporosis Patient Network (COPN): email@example.com or 1-800-463-6842 ext. 2224
. . .Stay tuned!
Most Recent Presentation
Tuesday, November 29, 2016
Diabetes & Bone Health: A Forgotten Complication
Presenter: Dr. Julie Gilmour, MBchB, FRCPC, MSc (HQ), Endocrinologist, St. Michael’s Hospital
November is Osteoporosis Month and Diabetes Awareness Month. Join Dr. Julie Gilmour as she explores the connection between the two.
This presentation will cover the interaction of diabetes and osteoporosis that may result in an increased risk of falls, fractures and other complications. Information about how to manage these two conditions will be shared to help you stay fracture free.
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