IOF Regionals 6th Asia-Pacific Osteoporosis Meeting 2016 Singapore

  • Conference Call
  • The Inter­na­tional Osteo­poro­sis Foun­da­tion in coop­er­a­tion with the Endocrine and Meta­bolic Soci­ety of Sin­ga­pore (EMSS) and the Osteo­poro­sis Soci­ety Sin­ga­pore (OSS) look for­ward to wel­com­ing you to the IOF Region­als 6th Asia-​Pacific Osteo­poro­sis Meet­ing tak­ing place at the Sin­ga­pore Con­ven­tion & Exhi­bi­tion Cen­tre (Sun­tec) from Novem­ber 46, 2016.

    Why should you attend?

    Health pro­fes­sion­als in the Asia-​Pacific are fac­ing a rapidly age­ing pop­u­la­tion. If you’re a physi­cian, clin­i­cal researcher or allied health pro­fes­sional this key regional event will help you learn how to…

    • iden­tify patients at immi­nent high risk of frac­ture and how to pre­vent sec­ondary fractures
    • man­age and treat osteo­poro­sis, includ­ing through knowl­edge of the lat­est drug treat­ments and nutri­tional recommendations
    • man­age patients post-​fracture (includ­ing frac­ture heal­ing, ortho­bi­o­log­ics, reha­bil­i­ta­tion etc)
    • address sar­cope­nia in your elderly patients by learn­ing about the lat­est nutri­tional and phys­i­cal recommendations
    • man­age bone loss in dia­bet­ics, trans­plan­ta­tion patients, and can­cer patients

    Meet-​the-​Expert ses­sions, ‘speed dat­ing’ with the pro­fes­sors and an inter­ac­tive exhi­bi­tion area will give del­e­gates the oppor­tu­nity to dis­cuss with world experts, learn about the lat­est prod­ucts and ser­vices, and min­gle with the col­leagues from through­out the region. The Meet­ing will also be the pre­mier venue for the pre­sen­ta­tion of new research in the field, and par­tic­u­larly research from the region.

    Pre­lim­i­nary Top­ics and Program

    • Bone and Dia­betes
      • Bone Fragility in Patients with Dia­betes: Is it bone den­sity or bone quality?
      • Dia­betes, Obe­sity and Bone Min­eral Den­sity – Asia Ver­sus the West
      • Clin­i­cal Man­age­ment of Dia­betes Patients with Osteoporosis
    • Emerg­ing Con­cept I – Patients at Immi­nent High Risk
      • What is the Pro­file of Patients at Immi­nent High Risk of Fracture?
      • What is the Risk of Re-​Fracture among Asians?
      • Frac­ture Pre­ven­tion in the Immi­nent High Risk Patients: What is the evi­dence (Sub­group Analy­ses of the RCTs)
      • Bio­chem­i­cal Mark­ers as Pre­dic­tors of Bone His­to­mor­pho­me­t­ric Alter­ations in Patients with Chronic Kid­ney Disease
      • Genetic Risk Score based on the Preva­lence of Ver­te­bral Frac­ture in Japan­ese Women with Osteoporosis
    • Emerg­ing Con­cept II – Treat-​to-​target
      • Treat-​to-​target in Osteo­poro­sis and Other Chronic Dis­or­ders: Oppor­tu­ni­ties and challenges
      • Is Areal BMD a Good Sur­ro­gate to Eval­u­ate Frac­ture Risk on Therapy?
      • Cur­rent Strate­gies and Ther­a­pies to Improve Bone Strength (Incl. Com­bined Sequen­tial Therapies)
    • IOF-​ISCD Joint Ses­sion
      • Non traditional/​Novel DXA appli­ca­tions such as TBS, Hip Axis Length/​FEA
      • Frac­ture risk Assess­ment: Cur­rent use of FRAX in Asia-​Pacific and its poten­tial future modifications
      • Best Prac­tices for Dual-​Energy X-​ray Absorp­tiom­e­try, Mea­sure­ment and Reporting
    • Nutri­tion, Bone & Mus­cle
      • Nutri­tional Aspects dur­ing Devel­op­ment: Scope for pre­ven­tion of bone fragility
      • Life Course Approach to Nutri­tion for Skele­tal Health
      • Nutri­tional and Phys­i­cal Rec­om­men­da­tions for Mus­cle Health in Seniors
      • Cor­ti­cal and Tra­bec­u­lar Dete­ri­o­ra­tion Iden­tify Women at Immi­nent Risk for Frac­ture: The prospec­tive OFELY study
      • Immi­nent Major Osteo­porotic and Clin­i­cal Ver­te­bral Frac­ture Risk after Frac­ture (Reyk­javik Study)
    • Orthogeri­atrics
      • Frac­ture in the Elderly: Surgery or con­ser­v­a­tive management?
      • What is the Evi­dence for Effi­cacy of Osteo­poro­sis Drugs in the Elderly?
      • How to Opti­mize Care in Hip Frac­ture Patients : The Sin­ga­porean experience
    • Post Frac­ture Man­age­ment
      • Man­age­ment of Non-​Union Frac­ture: New orthobiologics
      • Atyp­i­cal Femoral Frac­ture in Asia: How to pre­vent? How to treat?
      • Non-​Pharmacological Mea­sures and Reha­bil­i­ta­tion in Frac­tured Patients
      • Treat­ment Pat­terns in Patients with Osteo­poro­sis at High Risk of Frac­ture in Japan: A ret­ro­spec­tive chart review
      • Menopausal Bone Loss is mainly Cor­ti­cal, not Tra­bec­u­lar, and does not atten­u­ate the Her­i­ta­ble Com­po­nent of Vari­ance in this Microar­chi­tec­ture: A prospec­tive study of twins
    • Sar­cope­nia
      • Towards an Oper­a­tional Def­i­n­i­tion of Sarcopenia
      • Nutri­tion and frailty in the Asian con­text — Vit­a­min D and other Nutrients
      • Where are we in the Devel­op­ment of Treat­ments for Sarcopenia?
      • Asso­ci­a­tion between Statin Use and Change in Grip Strength among Com­mu­nity Dwelling Older Men and Women from Hong Kong MROS Cohort Study
      • Lon­gi­tu­di­nal Study of Sar­copenic Obe­sity and Inci­dent Falls and Frac­tures in Older Men: The con­cord health and age­ing in men project
      • Frac­ture Liai­son Ser­vice decreases Mor­tal­ity after Hip Fracture
    • Treat­ments
      • Long Term Man­age­ment of Osteoporosis
      • Novel Treat­ments: Odanacatib and anti-​sclerostin antibodies
      • New and Old PTH-​Like Ther­a­pies for Osteo­poro­sis: Abaloparatide and teriparatide
      • Bone Health and Liver Dis­ease — Are all Chronic Liver Dis­eases the same? S Khan*, S Hayat, A Ben­nett, N Guha, I Pande
      • Iden­ti­fi­ca­tion of Chronic Joint Pain and Hand­grip Strength as Inde­pen­dent Pre­dic­tors of Osteo­poro­sis in Middle-​aged Sin­ga­porean Women
    • Young Inves­ti­ga­tor Award Ses­sion
      • Pro­moter Hyper­me­thy­la­tion Medi­ated Sup­pres­sion of Cyclin Depen­dent Kinase Inhibitors (CDKN2A and CDKN2B) in Spo­radic Parathy­roid Tumors
      • Moderate-​to-​vigorous Phys­i­cal Activ­i­tiy but not Seden­tary Time is asso­ci­ated with Mus­cu­loskele­tal Health Out­comes in a Cohort of Aus­tralian Middle-​aged Women
      • Health Lit­er­acy and Uptake of Dietary Cal­cium Rec­om­men­da­tions in Women
      • The Improved Clin­i­cal Use of Tra­bec­u­lar Bone Score adjusted FRAX® to pre­dict Major Osteo­porotic Frac­tures in Chi­nese Older People
      • Can ALP be the Sur­ro­gate Marker for Bone Turnover?

    Pre-​Meeting Course

    Sin­ga­pore, Novem­ber 23, 2016

    Osteo­poro­sis Essen­tials: Den­sit­o­m­e­try, Diag­no­sis and Man­age­ment Course

    IOF Young Inves­ti­ga­tor Award

    IOF is ded­i­cated to advanc­ing sci­en­tific knowl­edge on osteo­poro­sis, and in par­tic­u­lar to encour­ag­ing young researchers in all parts of the world to focus on this impor­tant field. As a sign of this com­mit­ment, IOF is offer­ing the pre­sent­ing authors (40 years old or younger at the time of the Meet­ing) of the top five rank­ing abstracts sub­mit­ted to the IOF Region­als ‒ 6th Asia-​Pacific Osteo­poro­sis Meet­ing their work at a spe­cial ses­sion on Sat­ur­day, Novem­ber 5, 2016.

    CME and CPE — Earn SMC and Euro­pean CME Credits

    EACCME

    The IOF Region­als Sin­ga­pore ‘16’ is accred­ited by the Euro­pean Accred­i­ta­tion Coun­cil for Con­tin­u­ing Med­ical Edu­ca­tion (EAC­CME) to pro­vide the fol­low­ing CME activ­ity for med­ical specialists.

    The ‘IOF Region­als Sin­ga­pore ‘16’ is des­ig­nated for a max­i­mum of 22 hours of Euro­pean exter­nal CME cred­its. Each med­ical spe­cial­ist should claim only those hours of credit that he/​she actu­ally spent in the edu­ca­tional activ­ity. If you only par­tic­i­pate in the pre-​meeting Osteo­poro­sis Essen­tials Course, you should only claim 9 hours of Euro­pean exter­nal CME Credits.

    Through an agree­ment between the Euro­pean Union of Med­ical Spe­cial­ists and the Amer­i­can Med­ical Asso­ci­a­tion, physi­cians may con­vert EAC­CME cred­its to an equiv­a­lent num­ber of AMA PRA Cat­e­gory 1 Cred­its™. Infor­ma­tion on the process to con­vert EAC­CME credit to AMA credit can be found at www​.ama​-assn​.org/​g​o​/​i​n​t​e​r​n​a​t​i​o​n​alcme

    Live edu­ca­tional activ­i­ties, occur­ring out­side of Canada, rec­og­nized by the UEMS-​EACCME for ECMEC cred­its are deemed to be Accred­ited Group Learn­ing Activ­i­ties (Sec­tion 1) as defined by the Main­te­nance of Cer­ti­fi­ca­tion Pro­gram of The Royal Col­lege of Physi­cians and Sur­geons of Canada.

    Sin­ga­pore Med­ical Coun­cil Accreditation

    The IOF Region­als, 6th Asia-​Pacific Osteo­poro­sis Meet­ing has been accred­ited a max­i­mum of 9 CME/​CPE points. Each health pro­fes­sional must claim only those cred­its that he/​she actu­ally spent in the activ­ity. Atten­dees who wish to claim their SMC CME Cred­its need to sign and reg­is­ter their MCR num­bers at the spe­cific SMC desk (out­side ple­nary room) at the begin­ning of each morn­ing and after­noon sessions.

    Meet­ing Organisation

    Meet­ing Chairs

    • Joon-​Kiong Lee, Co-​Chair, MYS
    • John A. Kanis, Co-​Chair, UK

    Sci­en­tific Pro­gramme Committee

    • Manju Chan­dran, Co-​Chair, SGP
    • Serge Fer­rari, Co-​Chair, CHE
    • Siok-​Bee Chionh, SGP
    • Cyrus Cooper, UK
    • Bess Dawson-​Hughes, USA
    • Tobias De Vil­liers, ZAF
    • Peter Ebel­ing, AUS
    • Hiroshi Hagino, JPN
    • Andrew Ho, HKG
    • Ko-​En Huang, TWN
    • John A. Kanis, UK
    • Sarath Lekamwasam, SKA
    • Xu Ling, CHN
    • Ambr­ish Mithal, IND
    • Shigeyuki Muraki, JPN
    • Toshi­taka Naka­mura, JPN
    • Dominique Pier­roz, CHE
    • Jean-​Yves Regin­ster, BEL
    • René Riz­zoli, CHE
    • Ego See­man, AUS
    • Atsushi Suzuki, JPN
    • Nikhil Tan­don, IND
    • Chih-​Hsing (Paulo) Wu, TWN
    • Noriko Yoshimura, JPN

    Local Orga­niz­ing Committee

    • Siok-​Bee Chionh, Chair, SGP
    • Seng Bin Ang, SGP
    • Ding-​Cheng (Der­rick) Chan, TWN
    • Fang Ping Chen, TWN
    • Vivien Lim, SGP
    • Alvin Ng, SGP
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