2014

The 15th annual Santa Fe Bone Symposium was held in 2014. Faculty included Drs. John Bilezikian, Neil Binkley, Didier Hans, Paul Miller, Mary Oates, and Elizabeth Shane covering a wide range of topics relevant to the clinical management of patients with osteoporosis and metabolic bone disease. Diane Krueger presented a “crash course” on quality DXA for technologists and clinicians. Highlights of the bone symposium are published in Lewiecki EM, Bilezikian JP, Binkley N, Hans D, Krueger D, Miller PD, Oates M, Shane E. Update on osteoporosis from the 2014 Santa Fe Bone symposium. Endocr Res. 2015;40(2):106-119.

Symposium Materials

2014 Program 2014 Program (246 KB)

2014 Symposium Overview 2014 Symposium Overview (3851 KB)Most important advances in skeletal heathcare from the past year – Paul D. Miller, MD

2014 Presentation: DXA Crash Course 2014 Presentation: DXA Crash Course (3354 KB)DXA Crash Course for Techs and Clinicians - Diane Krueger, BS, CBDT

2014 Presentation: Dysmobility Syndrome 2014 Presentation: Dysmobility Syndrome (2790 KB)Preventing fractures in patient with dysmobility and immobility – Neil Binkley, MD

2014 Presentation: Improving Osteoporosis Management 2014 Presentation: Improving Osteoporosis Management (928 KB)Strategies for plugging the black hole of osteoporosis care: fracture liaison services (FLS) for patients who have already fractured – Mary Oates, MD

2014 Presentation: Premenopausal Treatment 2014 Presentation: Premenopausal Treatment (3179 KB)Premenopausal osteoporosis: To treat or not to treat? – Elizabeth Shane, MD

2014 Presentation: The ABC's of TBS 2014 Presentation: The ABC's of TBS (3306 KB)The ABC’s of TBS (Trabecular Bone Score): From Theory to Clinical Practice - Didier Hans, PhD

2014 Presentation: When Bone Density is Not Enough 2014 Presentation: When Bone Density is Not Enough (3794 KB)Preventing fractures in patient with dysmobility and immobility – Neil Binkley, MD

 

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