BoneBlast April 2015

IOF BoneBlast • April 2015

World Congress in Milan with record abstract submissions, high attendance

We hope you enjoyed the WCO IOF ESCEO 2015 – once again the world’s largest forum in the field, with 3237 attendees and a record number of submitted abstracts.
Mark your calendars for next year’s Congress in Malaga, Spain from April 14 to 17, 2016!

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IOF President’s Award recognizes outstanding commitment to the field

IOF President's Award recipientsThe following individuals were honoured in Milan for their longstanding dedication to the field: Edward Czerwinski (Eastern Europe), Şansin Tüzün (Southern Europe), Marius Kraenzlin (Western Europe), Gemma Adib (Middle East & Africa), Liu Zhonghou (Asia-Pacific), Cristiano Zerbini (Latin America), Mike McClung (North America).

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More prestigious awards presented in Milan

CNS Medal winnerIOF was pleased to present these prestigious awards to deserving individuals in recognition of their efforts and commitment to the field of osteoporosis and musculosekeletal diseases:

2014 Yoghurt in Nutrition Award

Yoghurt in Nutrition Award winnerPresented in Milan, this Award was given in support of research investigating the benefits of yogurt consumption on bone microstructure in the elderly.

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Webinars to help you Capture the Fracture®

CTF webinars

Find out more about Fracture Liaison Services (FLS), the most cost-effective model for preventing secondary osteoporotic fractures. Sign up for the first Capture the Fracture® webinar on April 15.

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Serve up Bone Strength on World Osteoporosis Day (WOD)

World Osteoporosis Day 2015

October 20th will be the focal point of this year’s WOD campaign, dedicated to bone healthy nutrition throughout the lifecourse. Visit the newly launched website to view an introduction to the campaign and to download and share the posters, available in multiple languages.

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Join IOF’s global membership

Become an IOF member

With a new member society, the Macedonian Applied Densitometry Association, joining the Committee of National Societies (CNS), IOF now numbers 231 member societies from 98 countries, regions or territories.
Don’t forget, as an individual, you too can be a part of our global family and enjoy many great benefits!

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