We are actively engaged in documenting how local programs work, signing up new program participants and honing our results.
The Brookfield Chair will help the new sites to collect appropriate patient level data to monitor their clinical effectiveness. Then we can report our activities to provincial health officials and others whose support is needed to make the program continue to work. We can help report anonymized data to national meetings and to publish. The Brookfield Chair can provide a questionnaire modified for collecting data according to your needs as well as help with running an ongoing database for quality review. Throughout, we collaborate with Osteoporosis Canada and its FLS program.