Welcome to FFBH2017
The Falls Frailty Bone Health 2017 conference will take place from the 9th-10th November 2017 in Dublin, Ireland.
Reasons to visit Dublin
- The top attractions e.g. Guinness Storehouse, Croke Park, Dublin Bay
- It’s live music and bustling atmosphere!
- One of the SAFEST CITIES IN THE WORLD for tourists (Post Office Travel Insurance 2015)
- Dublin attracts 15% more delegates to international conferences due to the destination appeal
- Two hours from most of Europe and just six hours from the US
- Ireland is the FOURTH BEST COUNTRY IN THE WORLD for business (Forbes 2015)
Call for Abstracts: 9th January 2017
Opening Registration: 16th January 2017
Deadline to Submit for Symposia/Workshops: 1st April 2017
Notification of Acceptance of Symposia/Workshops: May 2017
Deadline for Submission of Abstracts: Extended until 16th July 2017
Acceptance of Abstracts: August 2017
Early registrations ends: 20th August 2017
Congress dates: 9th & 10th November 2017
We will be delighted to welcome you to Ireland’s historic capital city Dublin in November 2017 for the first European conference on Falls, Frailty & Fractures. Our aim is to take a holistic approach and to bring together researchers, clinicians, healthcare professionals and service providers in the disciplines of falls, frailty, fractures, osteoporosis, sarcopenia and nutrition, to enable cross-fertilisation of ideas and with the ultimate aim of developing better management strategies for our older patients.
Dublin is a very friendly city and there is an expression in Ireland where the locals wish you Céad Míle Fáilte which means a hundred thousand welcomes so we hope you will come and enjoy this renowned Irish hospitality in 2017.
Professor Tash Masud
Nottingham University Hospitals, England
Professor Dawn Skelton
Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland
CPD Points from the Royal College of Physicians of Ireland have been accredited to the Falls, Frailty and Bone Health Conference.
There will be 6 CPD points available on Thursday the 9th of November and 6 CPD points available on Friday the 10th of November.
Delegates who wish to avail of these CPD points must sign the attendance register at the beginning of each day. The attendance register will be located at the conference registration desk.
Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland
The Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI) have granted a total of 28 Continuing Education Units (CUE’s) for the Falls, Frailty and Bone Health Conference 2017. 14 CUE’s will be available on Thursday 9th of November and 14 on Friday the 10th of November. Only registered nurses and registered midwives shall receive CUE’s.
Follow the link below to register for the FFBH Conference.
Registration for FFBH 2017 is now open