New social media channels to help improve osteoporosis care

30 Jan 2018

The National Osteoporosis Society has launched new Facebook and Twitter pages especially for Healthcare Professionals. The new pages will help ensure people with osteoporosis have access to the very best standards of diagnosis and treatment.

In addition to providing support and information to those affected by the condition, the Charity works to improve standards of osteoporosis care by running education programmes and providing guidance for healthcare professionals. It also supports the development of services to help more people with osteoporosis get the diagnosis and treatment they need.

The Charity will use the new social media channels to promote osteoporosis training events, information resources and support available for new services. The move will help the Charity reach out to even more Healthcare Professionals to increase understanding of osteoporosis and build an online community.

Ellen Devine, Professional Development Training Officer at the National Osteoporosis Society, said feedback suggested healthcare professionals want more opportunities to connect with peers and share new ideas.

“These new social media channels will allow healthcare professionals to continue sharing best-practice for osteoporosis diagnosis and treatment and stay up-to-date the latest osteoporosis training events and guidance. By building up an online community of professionals who are at the very forefront of caring for those affected by osteoporosis, the Charity can drive even greater improvements in this area.”

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