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2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older

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2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. / Adams, Jo; Wilson, Nicky; Hurkmans, Emalie; Bakkers, Margot; Balaová, Petra; Baxter, Mark; Blavnsfeldt, Anne Birgitte; Briot, Karine; Chiari, Catharina; Cooper, Cyrus; Dragoi, Razvan Gabriel; Gäbler, Gabriele; Lems, Willem; Mosor, Erika; Pais, Sandra; Simon, Cornelia; Studenic, Paul; Tilley, Simon; De La Torre-Aboki, Jenny; Stamm, Tanja A.

In: Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, Vol. 80, No. 1, 01.2021, p. 57-64.

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Harvard

Adams, J, Wilson, N, Hurkmans, E, Bakkers, M, Balaová, P, Baxter, M, Blavnsfeldt, AB, Briot, K, Chiari, C, Cooper, C, Dragoi, RG, Gäbler, G, Lems, W, Mosor, E, Pais, S, Simon, C, Studenic, P, Tilley, S, De La Torre-Aboki, J & Stamm, TA 2021, '2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older', Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol. 80, no. 1, pp. 57-64. https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-216931

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Adams, J., Wilson, N., Hurkmans, E., Bakkers, M., Balaová, P., Baxter, M., Blavnsfeldt, A. B., Briot, K., Chiari, C., Cooper, C., Dragoi, R. G., Gäbler, G., Lems, W., Mosor, E., Pais, S., Simon, C., Studenic, P., Tilley, S., De La Torre-Aboki, J., & Stamm, T. A. (2021). 2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, 80(1), 57-64. https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-216931

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Adams J, Wilson N, Hurkmans E, Bakkers M, Balaová P, Baxter M, Blavnsfeldt AB, Briot K, Chiari C, Cooper C, Dragoi RG, Gäbler G, Lems W, Mosor E, Pais S, Simon C, Studenic P, Tilley S, De La Torre-Aboki J, Stamm TA. 2021. 2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 80(1):57-64. https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-216931

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Adams J, Wilson N, Hurkmans E, Bakkers M, Balaová P, Baxter M et al. 2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 2021 Jan;80(1):57-64. https://doi.org/10.1136/annrheumdis-2020-216931

Author

Adams, Jo ; Wilson, Nicky ; Hurkmans, Emalie ; Bakkers, Margot ; Balaová, Petra ; Baxter, Mark ; Blavnsfeldt, Anne Birgitte ; Briot, Karine ; Chiari, Catharina ; Cooper, Cyrus ; Dragoi, Razvan Gabriel ; Gäbler, Gabriele ; Lems, Willem ; Mosor, Erika ; Pais, Sandra ; Simon, Cornelia ; Studenic, Paul ; Tilley, Simon ; De La Torre-Aboki, Jenny ; Stamm, Tanja A. / 2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. In: Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. 2021 ; Vol. 80, No. 1. pp. 57-64.

Bibtex

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title = "2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older",
abstract = "Objective To establish European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Methods Points to consider were developed in accordance with EULAR standard operating procedures for EULAR-endorsed recommendations, led by an international multidisciplinary task force, including patient research partners and different health professionals from 10 European countries. Level of evidence and strength of recommendation were determined for each point to consider, and the mean level of agreement among the task force members was calculated. Results Two overarching principles and seven points to consider were formulated based on scientific evidence and the expert opinion of the task force. The two overarching principles focus on shared decisions between patients and non-physician health professionals and involvement of different non-physician health professionals in prevention and management of fragility fractures. Four points to consider relate to prevention: identification of patients at risk of fracture, fall risk evaluation, multicomponent interventions to prevent primary fracture and discouragement of smoking and overuse of alcohol. The remaining three focus on management of fragility fractures: exercise and nutritional interventions, the organisation and coordination of multidisciplinary services for post-fracture models of care and adherence to anti-osteoporosis medicines. The mean level of agreement among the task force for the overarching principles and the points to consider ranged between 8.4 and 9.6. Conclusion These first EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older serve to guide healthcare practice and education.",
keywords = "health services research, multidisciplinary team-care, osteoporosis",
author = "Jo Adams and Nicky Wilson and Emalie Hurkmans and Margot Bakkers and Petra Balaov{\'a} and Mark Baxter and Blavnsfeldt, {Anne Birgitte} and Karine Briot and Catharina Chiari and Cyrus Cooper and Dragoi, {Razvan Gabriel} and Gabriele G{\"a}bler and Willem Lems and Erika Mosor and Sandra Pais and Cornelia Simon and Paul Studenic and Simon Tilley and {De La Torre-Aboki}, Jenny and Stamm, {Tanja A.}",
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T1 - 2019 EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older

AU - Adams, Jo

AU - Wilson, Nicky

AU - Hurkmans, Emalie

AU - Bakkers, Margot

AU - Balaová, Petra

AU - Baxter, Mark

AU - Blavnsfeldt, Anne Birgitte

AU - Briot, Karine

AU - Chiari, Catharina

AU - Cooper, Cyrus

AU - Dragoi, Razvan Gabriel

AU - Gäbler, Gabriele

AU - Lems, Willem

AU - Mosor, Erika

AU - Pais, Sandra

AU - Simon, Cornelia

AU - Studenic, Paul

AU - Tilley, Simon

AU - De La Torre-Aboki, Jenny

AU - Stamm, Tanja A.

PY - 2021/1

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N2 - Objective To establish European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Methods Points to consider were developed in accordance with EULAR standard operating procedures for EULAR-endorsed recommendations, led by an international multidisciplinary task force, including patient research partners and different health professionals from 10 European countries. Level of evidence and strength of recommendation were determined for each point to consider, and the mean level of agreement among the task force members was calculated. Results Two overarching principles and seven points to consider were formulated based on scientific evidence and the expert opinion of the task force. The two overarching principles focus on shared decisions between patients and non-physician health professionals and involvement of different non-physician health professionals in prevention and management of fragility fractures. Four points to consider relate to prevention: identification of patients at risk of fracture, fall risk evaluation, multicomponent interventions to prevent primary fracture and discouragement of smoking and overuse of alcohol. The remaining three focus on management of fragility fractures: exercise and nutritional interventions, the organisation and coordination of multidisciplinary services for post-fracture models of care and adherence to anti-osteoporosis medicines. The mean level of agreement among the task force for the overarching principles and the points to consider ranged between 8.4 and 9.6. Conclusion These first EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older serve to guide healthcare practice and education.

AB - Objective To establish European League Against Rheumatism (EULAR) points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older. Methods Points to consider were developed in accordance with EULAR standard operating procedures for EULAR-endorsed recommendations, led by an international multidisciplinary task force, including patient research partners and different health professionals from 10 European countries. Level of evidence and strength of recommendation were determined for each point to consider, and the mean level of agreement among the task force members was calculated. Results Two overarching principles and seven points to consider were formulated based on scientific evidence and the expert opinion of the task force. The two overarching principles focus on shared decisions between patients and non-physician health professionals and involvement of different non-physician health professionals in prevention and management of fragility fractures. Four points to consider relate to prevention: identification of patients at risk of fracture, fall risk evaluation, multicomponent interventions to prevent primary fracture and discouragement of smoking and overuse of alcohol. The remaining three focus on management of fragility fractures: exercise and nutritional interventions, the organisation and coordination of multidisciplinary services for post-fracture models of care and adherence to anti-osteoporosis medicines. The mean level of agreement among the task force for the overarching principles and the points to consider ranged between 8.4 and 9.6. Conclusion These first EULAR points to consider for non-physician health professionals to prevent and manage fragility fractures in adults 50 years or older serve to guide healthcare practice and education.

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