Through this blog, we hope to raise and spread awareness about osteoporosis and its connection to our overall health. We will be presenting the latest research news on osteoporosis and bone health and also share highlights of our own research and experiences caring for osteoporosis patients. We update the blog regularly so be sure to check back frequently, or sign up for email updates informing you of new posts. We also have a few pages with information that might be useful to you.

The What is Osteoporosis page, you can find general information on what osteoporosis is and how to prevent, treat, and manage it.  In the event that you cannot find the information you are looking for, please send us an email at osteoporosis@uhn.ca and we will try to locate the information for you.

The Patient Materials page has PDF versions of our print publications for patients, including the latest copy of our newsletter ‘Postmenopausal Health Overview’ and more information on how you can obtain your copy of our booklet ‘The Osteoporosis Exercise Guide.‘ External resources such as Osteoporosis Canada is always a go-to organization for us when we need to offer information to our patients and research participants so please be sure to look through their website.

Our Research page highlights our research program and we will add more information on our ongoing research studies. If you are interested in participating in a research study, please look through the recruitment section to see if we are currently recruiting for any studies. If you feel you are eligible to participate, please contact the study coordinator for more details.

Last, but not the least, our For Health Professionals page.  Some of the links will require a password.  To obtain the password, please email us using the address you registered with for the event.

Your privacy is important to us. Please know that if you post on our site, your name will appear with your post. If you wish to not have your information shared publicly, please instead email us at osteoporosis@uhn.ca. Please note, the security of e-mail messages is not guaranteed. We suggest you do not provide any personal or sensitive information in your e-mail. We will be happy to answer any of your generic questions or topics. You can also find us on Twitter and Facebook.