Fracture Liaison Service Database (FLS-DB) advice for web tool users

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The Fracture Liaison Service Database (FLS-DB) user workshops were held in May 2017 and featured presentations given by clinical leads and Crown Informatics to provide users with guidance on using the FLS web tool. 

FLS-DB data entry

Crown Informatics' Jonathan Roberts discusses how to use the data entry web tool.

Jonathan Roberts from Crown Informatics provided guidance on using the data entry web tool. Clinical lead Clare Cockill from Yeovil Hospital explained how FLS was implemented at their hospital, and the challenges that they overcame. University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust also explained the 'dos and don'ts' of submitting data to the FLS-DB.

Advanced features of the FLS-DB web tool

Jonathan Roberts, systems manager at Crown Informatics, discusses the new and advanced features of FLS-DB.

In his presentation on the new and advanced features of the FLS-DB web tool, Jonathan Roberts covered areas including:

  • how to use the delete patient functionality and removing duplicate patient records
  • follow up views to remind you of records that are due for follow up
  • what is available to audit participants to download on the web tool, including:
    • profomas
    • uploading information
    • organisational audit protocol
    • FAQs
    • user guide.