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These circular pewter cuff links have the ABC logo embossed in the center, with American British Canadian Club embossed near the edge. They come with knurl cuff link backs. 6/8" wide. SWAG
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This silver-plated lapel pin in the shape of the ABC logo inset is with a small blue glass chip can also be used as a tie tack. The back has a post with a clutch clasp. 5/8" wide x ¾" tall. SWAG
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This self-paced course comes with a Facilitator's Guide and a CD of course material including:

INTRODUCTION

Module 1: The Research Question
Module 2: Study Designs
Module 3: Introduction to Controlled Trials

BASIC CONCEPTS

Module 4: Bias
Module 5: Enrolling Subjects
Module 6: Randomization
Module 7: The Intervention
Module 8: Trial Outcomes
Module 9: Blinding
Module 10: ... Details
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This pewter pin is embossed with the historic AOA seal and is inset with a small blue glass chip. The backing is silver-plated with a butterfly clutch. 7/8" wide. SWAG
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OMeGA Medical Grants Association
Grant Application Fee Username and Password


READ BEFORE PAYING FEE


Username and Password
The AOA store username and password are different from your OMeGA Grant Lifecycle Manager (GLM) username and password used to access your LOI/Application. E-mail info@omegamedicalgrants.org prior to attempting to pay the application fee... Details

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The American Orthopaedic Association has released its first ever pictorial history book, under the direction of James R. Urbaniak, MD, historian, and supported by the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. The coffee table-style book gives a pictorial chronicle of the AOA's past 120 years in orthopaedics and the evolution of the AOA as it relates to key events in history. SWAG
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This pin is black and white enamel on a gold-plated backing. The back has a post with a butterfly clutch. 7/8" wide x 1/2" tall. SWAG
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This educational brochure provides your patients with information about osteoporosis and fragility fractures. This is a great brochure to send home with patients to reinforce your discussion regarding their bone health. Packed with bone health facts, resources, and steps to better bone health, this information will encourage patients to "own the bone" for a healthier tomorrow.

Product Dimensions: 3 ¾" wide x 8" tall
Quantity Per Pack: 100

*Only... Details
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Utilize these promotional Own the Bone sticky notes to attach reminders to your order sets or other materials your team views.

Quantity: 10 sets (25 pages per set)

**Only available for purchase by Own the Bone enrolled institutions.
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Start promoting bone health at your hospital or clinic by displaying these informational posters.

These educational posters help health care professionals discuss osteoporosis and fragility fractures for improved patient care.

Poster Dimension: 24" x 36"
Quantity: 1

**Only available for purchase by Own the Bone enrolled institutions.
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Start promoting bone health at your hospital or clinic by displaying these informational posters.

These educational posters help health care professionals discuss osteoporosis and fragility fractures for improved patient care.

Poster Dimension: 11" x 17"
Quantity Per Pack: 5

**Only available for purchase by Own the Bone enrolled institutions.
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Paul A. Anderson, MD, FAOA from the University of Wisconsin, and Karen Cummings, PA-C from the University of Michigan discuss the components of a successful secondary fracture prevention program, and how to get your administrators on-board with starting a new secondary fracture prevention effort. Leave with a better understanding... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Colleen Watkins, MD, a rheumatologist with West Virginia University Hospital Orthopedics, provides an overview of useful testing for fragility fracture and osteoporosis patients. Learn what you need to know about lab testing and DXA so you can improve the care of your patients.

(Recorded August 31, 2017) Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Nelson Watts, MD, an Endocrinologist with Mercy Health and osteoporosis expert, provides an overview of the newest osteoporosis medication on the market, as well as the latest updates on other treatment options. Learn more about what patients are good candidates for this new medication, as well as what to watch out... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. The course is also available complimentary without CME credit.

Anne Lake, DNP, ONP-C, FNP-C, CCD from Wake Forest Baptist Health, joins Own the Bone to discuss how to successfully capture the fragility fracture patients to ensure they receive osteoporosis education and treatment recommendations. Learn how Wake Forest Baptist Health has developed a system to identify and treat these patients,... Details
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Please note: This version of the course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version is also available without CME credit.

Paul Tornetta III, MD, FAOA, Chief of the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at Boston University School of Medicine and Director of Orthopaedic Trauma, joins Stephen Kates, MD, FAOA (VCU Health System), and Own the Bone to provide an overview of management and treatment of nonunion fractures. The poor bone health that causes... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version of this course is also available without CME credit.

Douglas W. Lundy, MD, MBA, FAOA from Resurgens Orthopaedics joins Own the Bone to discuss the impact of bundled payments on osteoporosis care and strategies for providing cost-effective care within changing payment model systems. Learn about the financial considerations to account for when beginning or continuing your ... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version of this course is also available without CME credit.

Simon Mears, MD, PhD, FAOA from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) joins Own the Bone to discuss challenges and strategies in the management of peri-prosthetic fractures resulting from poor underlying bone health. Learn about this increasingly common problem faced by surgeons, and the case for... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version of this course is also available without CME credit.

Kyle Jeray, MD, FAOA and Laura Boineau, NP from Prisma Health - Upstate (Greenville, SC) lead a discussion about the basis for Own the Bone data collection and key performance measures. Webinar attendees will learn key selling points to get hospital administrators to commit to supporting and funding participation in... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version of this course is also available without CME credit.

Gregory A. Brown, MD, PhD, FAOA from Franciscan Orthopedic Associates joins Own the Bone to discuss perioperative evaluation and treatment of osteoporosis in total joint replacement. Dr. Brown will illustrate the links between poor bone health and complications of orthopaedic surgery. He will also highlight the... Details
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Please note: This version of this course DOES offer CME credit. A complimentary version of this course is also available without CME credit.

Natalie Leland, PhD, OTR/L, from the University of Pittsburgh, joins Own the Bone to discuss fall prevention. Dr. Leland will underscore important risk factors for falls and discuss best practices for prevention. Attendees of this webinar will gain a better understanding of the tools and resources available, including ... Details
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Kyle J. Jeray, MD from Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center in South Carolina discusses how Own the Bone has been implemented at his institution. His presentation provides practical advice for clinicians who are interested in starting Own the Bone at their institutions. (recorded September 1, 2011) SFPRI
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Debra Sietsema, PhD, RN and Linda Hightower, RN, ONC, two clinicians who have been instrumental in implementing Own the Bone at their institutions, discuss how they run their successful Own the Bone programs. The presentation features an overview of Own the Bone, presentations by both speakers and an extensive Q&A session. (recorded June 18, 2011) SFPRI
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Three Own the Bone site coordinators, Cheryl Macri, RN, MS, CNML (Ellis Medicine) , Kari Erickson, RN, BAN ONC (Sanford Health - Fargo) and Debra Sietsema, PhD, RN (Orthopaedic Associates of Michigan), present on their program models, lessons learned, helpful tips and key takeaways on establishing and maintaining a fragility fracture prevention program. (recorded December 4, 2012) SFPRI
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Dr. Amanda K Myers, the Program Champion for Illinois Bone and Joint Institute's Own the Bone program discusses how they have been successfully implementing Own the Bone at their institution. Topics covered how they locate patients, what is included in their Metabolic Bone Evaluation and how they complete follow-up with their patients, among other topics. (recorded November 21, 2013) SFPRI