The International Journal of Orthopaedic & Trauma Nursing are seeking submissions for a forthcoming Special Issue from clinicians from all health professions, as well as researchers and leaders, who are able to contribute to the body of knowledge and discussion that can highlight new evidence, new approaches and the new ways of thinking about fragility fracture.
Topics might include (but not exclusively); fracture prevention and bone health enhancement strategies, improving care outcomes following fracture, cost effectiveness, the patient experience of fracture and of care, collaborative approaches and including patients and carers as partners in care, multidisciplinary and interagency working, acute care, rehabilitation and community care. Papers may offer insights into the needs of patients, carers, health professionals and wider communities.
Submissions are invited by 30th November 2016
Submit online at www.evise.com/evise/jrnl/ijotn – please select “SI: Fragility”
Full details of the Call for Papers can be found at