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NHS can save millions by preventing broken bones
More than 50,000 life-altering fractures could be avoided if preventative services were made available more widely, a new report from the RCP finds.
29 March 2019
Breaking ground: how Fracture Liaison Services are helping older patients
With over 300,000 fragility fractures every year suffered by individuals over the age of 50, Dr Kassim Javaid explains how Fracture Liaison Services can help prevent broken bones and provide better care for older patients.
7 December 2018
RCP provides recommendations for the medicinal use of cannabis-based products
The RCP has been commissioned by NHS England to provide recommendations for the medicinal use of cannabis-based products, to coincide with new regulations coming into force on 1 November 2018.
31 October 2018
RCP releases guide for patients over 50 who have broken a bone
The RCP in association with National Osteoporosis Society (NOS) has released Strong Bones After 50, a new guide for patients and carers to support older people who have broken a bone following a fall.
4 June 2018
The social care squeeze: why it's time for reform
In an article from February's issue of Commentary magazine, Simon Bottery from The King's Fund explains why the social care system can't keep pace with increasing pressure.
13 February 2018