IOF Advanced Training Course on Osteoporosis

Geneva, Switzerland, January 31 - February 2, 2012

This well known annual IOF training course is held for a limited number of participants to encourage informal discussion and interaction with the expert speakers. The 2 1/2 day course (designated for up to 15 hours of European external CME credits) is aimed at medical and allied health professionals as well as industry representatives who wish to gain an overall understanding of osteoporosis and its management. See programme

Course objectives are to provide an understanding of:

  • The underlying physiology and epidemiology of the disease of osteoporosis
  • The signs and symptoms of osteoporosis, and ability to identify them the current diagnostic methods available and how to implement them 
  • Treatment options available for osteoporosis and the proper assessment of treatment options for the case in hand

 The Course is taught by renowned osteoporosis experts. Feedback from participants of the previous courses showed high participant satisfaction: “Great speakers, open to discussion” ; “Definitely worth recommending” ; “ Fantastic, informative and “all around osteoporosis course" ; “Thank you for a great learning experience”

GOLD SPONSOR IOF thanks PFIZER for the unrestricted educational grant in support of the Training Course: