Portsmouth hospitals NHS trust logo on white backgroundPortsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust looks forward to welcoming you to our 10th Bone Health and Osteoporosis Conference taking place on the 22nd June 2016. This event is a Partnership event organised by the Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, Portsmouth and South East Hampshire Group National Osteoporosis Society and Portsmouth and District ARMA Local Network

NOS_70“Osteoporosis affects almost three million people in the UK, with one in two women and one in five men over the age of fifty breaking a bone because of poor bone health each year. As our national life expectancy increase so will the prevalence of this chronic disease, which currently costs the NHS more than £2.3 billion per year”.

The conference

* is the only event dedicated to exploring all aspects of Bone Health and Osteoporosis Management in the Portsmouth and Hampshire region.

* will feature a mix of lectures related to bone health, fracture reduction and osteoporosis management.

* will provide the opportunity to discuss best practices and review the practical, actionable solutions to managing bone health, fracture reduction and osteoporosis management.

* will, as usual, be an outstanding opportunity to network with peers and engage in relevant, helpful discussions on local and regional bone health, fracture reduction and osteoporosis management.

Who is the Study Day for?

This conference is for allied health professionals, care home staff, carers and nurses working in the community or hospital settings.

Certificate of attendance– certificates of attendance will be available for collection on the day at the end of the conference

We look forward to seeing you at the conference on the 22nd June 2016.
Venue – Mountbatten Centre- Alexandra Park, Portsmouth

To REGISTER to attend this FREE please note CLOSING DATE for registration is 1st June 2016.
Click here for the programme and registration form.

If you need further information or help regarding registration for this event please contact:
email: Valerie.robins@porthosp.nhs.uk

 

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