SOSN currently has 60 members (all registered healthcare professionals from across Scotland) who work with people with, or at risk of, osteoporosis and fragility fracture.
The network includes consultants, doctors, nurses, FLS practitioners and GPs.
We welcome new members and the network is free to join.
SOSN is established as a Scotland Osteoporosis Clinical Network under the umbrella of the Royal Osteoporosis Society.
SOSN was established with the aim of:
- Enabling the provision of equitable services for people of all ages with or at risk of osteoporosis and fragility fractures throughout Scotland, in line with the Charity’s vision.
- Providing twice yearly education meetings.
- Sharing best practice including around implementation of the SIGN 142 Osteoporosis Guidelines.
- Assist with service improvement across Scotland.
- Disseminating new guidance including ROS guidance.
- Providing networking opportunities.
- Assisting with Peer review.
- Enabling members of the group to provide education locally around osteoporosis and fracture prevention.
There are no upcoming meetings at the moment. Please check back again soon.
SOSN Autumn 2020 @(accordionItem.HeadingSize)>
Around 40 people attended the first SOSN virtual Clinical Network meeting. The meeting focused on:
- SIGN 142 update - Professor Stuart Ralston, Edinburgh
- Adapting osteoporosis services post-COVID-19, an interactive session
Download the presentations:
May 14 2021 @(accordionItem.HeadingSize)>
SOSN Steering Group
- Chair: Dr Alison Black
- Vice Chair: Dr Lisa Hutton
- Steward: Mayrine Fraser (ROS)
- Dr Maria Talla
- Dr Anne Drever
- Tracey Reid
- Ellen Forde
- Shuna Mighton