Osteoporosis Resources for Primary Care

This osteoporosis resource is a joint initiative of the Royal College of General Practitioners and the National Osteoporosis Society. Its aim is to equip GPs, practice nurses and other members of the practice team with relevant information about osteoporosis in light of its inclusion in the Quality and Outcomes Framework.

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Primary Care Resources

This guide aims to support GPs, practice nurses and other members of the practice team in the identification, assessment and management of osteoporosis in primary care.

This e-learning course will test users on the diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with osteoporosis specifically in Primary Care. This course is FREE and is accredited by the Royal College of General Practitioners. Two CPD credits are available upon successful completion of the assessment.

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Author information

The information within the ORPC has been written by GPs with a specialist interest in osteoporosis:

  • Jonathan Bayly

    Jonathan Bayly Visiting Fellow at the University of Derby

  • Pam Brown

    Pam Brown Dr Pam Brown is an Edinburgh graduate

  • Wendy Carr

    Wendy Carr Wendy Carr graduated in Medicine in Aberdeen

  • Alun Cooper

    Alun Cooper Alun Cooper is a full time GP in Crawley

  • Graham Davenport

    Graham Davenport RCGP Clinical Champion for Osteoporosis

  • Sally Hope

    Sally Hope Dr Sally Hope has been a GP Principal in Oxfordshire

  • Tom Margham

    Tom Margham Tom Margham is a GP based in East London

  • Paul Mitchell

    Paul Mitchell Managing Director of Synthesis Medical

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