Contribute to research if you work in FLS
30 Sep 2020
Do you work in a Fracture Liaison Service? You can have your say in the development of a new consultation support tool by completing a survey.
The tool aims to support patient decision-making by:
- better describing a patient’s personal fracture risk;
- explaining how this risk would improve with treatment;
- and explaining the possible harms.
We are supporting a team at Keele University who are developing and designing the Improving uptake of Fracture Prevention Treatments (iFraP) intervention – which includes the development of this consultation support tool for use in Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) appointments.
Throughout the study, stakeholders have been invited to provide a variety of professional and patient views of the iFraP tool and training development and design. Now, they're looking for healthcare professionals working in FLS to help provide feedback with a survey.
You can help to improve communication in consultations about osteoporosis and fracture prevention by taking the survey today.
For more information, please contact Laurna Bullock.