The Bone Health & Osteoporosis Foundation (BHOF) will host the next Interdisciplinary Symposium on Osteoporosis in 2024 (ISO2024).

As we celebrate the 40th anniversary of BHOF in 2024, we look forward to returning to an in-person format for this hallmark event. Event dates and location will be announced soon.

ISO2024 will offer educational sessions and networking opportunities to benefit many medical disciplines and specialties working with patients who have and/or are at risk for osteoporosis and fractures.

Participate in CME/CE sessions to expand your knowledge of bone health, improve your practice, and advance your career. Courses on bone health assessment, osteoporosis diagnosis, patient management, exercise, nutrition, post-fracture care and secondary fracture prevention, as well as other specialty topics, will be led by expert faculty.

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BHOF Continuing Education Credits

BHOF is committed to supporting healthcare professionals and your continuing education needs. BHOF provides a variety of continuing education (CME/CE) programs for professionals. The Professional Learning Center offers a single place for you to participate in bone health education programs as well as track your participation to meet your licensure and professional requirements.

Visit the Professional Learning Center to learn more and participate in sessions.

Although healthcare professionals are the primary audience for the ISO, some of the sessions held in previous years are very relevant for osteoporosis patients, caregivers and anyone interested in learning more about bone health. We are pleased to share two of the previous plenaries. We hope you will find these sessions informative.

How to Put Out Fires: Understanding and Dispelling the Myths Held by our Patients, Panel Discussion

Does Estrogen Still Have a Role to Play in Osteoporosis Management?

Following are some additional resources and research that may be of interest to you about osteoporosis:

Research on Parathyroid and Osteoporosis
Research on Osteoporosis in Men
Information about Clinical Trials

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