The FRS is the first tool of its kind developed and validated to predict hip fracture for LTC residents over a 1-year time period. Embedded in MDS 2.0, the FRS tool automatically calculates hip fracture risk for LTC residents based …

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The 2015 Osteoporosis LTC Recommendations Presentation informs you how to apply the 2015 Fracture Prevention Recommendations for frail older adults in long-term care;  improve fracture risk assessment and identification of residents at high risk and  how to choose non-pharmacological and …

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The 2015 Recommendations for Preventing Fracture in Long Term Care, is the first guideline in Canada focused on preventing fractures among the frail and elderly in long-term care, where fractures are much more common than among community-dwelling seniors.

Launched

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The Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy for Long Term Care (OOSLTC) in collaboration with the Ontario College of Family Physicians (OCFP) has developed a certified webinar program, ‘Clinical Application of the Long-Term Care Fracture Prevention Recommendations for Frail Older Adults.’ The program …

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Older adults living in long term care are at high risk of fragility fractures. Learn more about fracture cause, fracture risk and human/financial costs associated with fragility fractures in long term care and what the Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy for Long …

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Osteoporosis Canada, Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy, University of Waterloo and GERAS Centre for Aging Research launched a four-video series earlier this year, aimed at educating health care professionals to prevent falls and fractures for long term care (LTC) residents.   Osteoporosis and …

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This 2-page quick reference guide is a tool that provides a quick summary of information including Fracture Risk Assessment on Admission and Fracture and Fall Prevention Strategies for residents living in long-term care environments.…

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The Long Term Care Safe Administration Therapy Tool for osteoporosis was revised in May 2018 by the Ontario Osteoporosis Strategy and GERAS Centre for Aging Research to include recent changes to the Limited Use Codes.

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