NOFSA RUN/WALK FOR LIFE
Registration is R125 per person Everyone that registers will automatically be entered into a lucky draw. Prize winners will be announced after the completion of the race on Monday, 28 November. Everyone that enters will receive a NOFSA & Run/Walk for Life Cap.
NOFSA RATTLE THEM BONES VIRTUAL RUN
You can enter for a 5km, 10km and 21km race and run anywhere in the country. Entries via Entry Ninja. The first 3 places will receive a medal which will be dispatched after the race. Registration is R125 and children under 12 is free. Raffle tickets are on sale at Entry Ninja for R10. Winner […]
NOFSA RATTLE THEM BONES FUN RUN AT MEERENDAL
5km Course Register via Entry Ninja The event starts at 09:00 with registrations on the day. Race starts at 09:30 All participants will receive a NOFSA Cap. There are restaurants at the venue if you want to eat something after the event. Raffle tickets are on sale at Entry Ninja for R10 and also on […]
NOFSA MASTERCLASS: PART 5: My patient has a low bone mass – is this osteoporosis or could it be something else?
This practical clinical session will provide an overview of the approach to the investigation of secondary causes of osteoporosis with two case studies illustrating the importance of excluding underlying conditions before starting treatment.
NOFSA MASTERCLASS | OSTEOPOROSIS DRUGS: BEWARE OF THE OTHERS!
The talk will focus on the most “common” or “feared” side-effects of the Osteoporosis drugs available in South Africa. A mention of some of the new, commonly used drugs used for alternative conditions (e.g. Diabetes Mellitus) which has a positive or detrimental effect on bone.
How to interpret your patient’s DXA (Case Studies) Dr Graham Ellis Sponsored by Eli Lilly
NOFSA-IOF FLS Symposium: The need for a fracture liaison service in South Africa
NOFSA MASTERCLASS: A PRACTICAL APPROACH TO THE MANAGEMENT OF OSTEOPOROSIS
Join our Free CPD Accredited Virtual Event on 9 March from 6-7pm when Dr Hayley de Wet will talk about a practical approach to the management of osteoporosis.
NOFSA Virtual Charity Event: Rattle Them Bones Fun Run
Race Format: 5km and 21 km Entries & Starting Times Date: 25 – 27 November 2021 (we allow 3 days as this is a virtual event and can be done at any time if it falls within the dates supplied) Time: From 25 November 2021 8:00am till 27 November 2021 midnight The 5km and/or 21km […]
FRAX in SA – Prof Bilkish Cassim, 6 July 2021
Prof Bilkish Cassim Prof. Bilkish Cassim is the head of the Department of Geriatrics at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. She is a member of the Executive Committee of NOFSA and has participated in the development of the NOFSA guidelines for the treatment of osteoporosis and the annual Advanced Courses in Osteoporosis. She is the principal […]
All you wanted to know about DXA: case studies – Dr Graham Ellis, 8 June 2021
Dr Graham Ellis Dr Ellis is a Specialist Physician practicing in the field of Endocrinology and is also Medical Director of and consults internationally to Accelerated Enrolment Solutions (AES), a global clinical research organisation. His clinical interests are Osteoporosis, Diabetes & Metabolic Disease. He runs a clinical densitometry service has participated in various DXA training courses. […]
NOFSA Webinar: Osteoporosis 101 for the primary care practitioner – Dr Hayley de Wet, 11 May 2021
Dr Hayley de Wet MBBCh (Wits); FCP (SA); MMed (Wits) Specialist physician with an interest in bone health and osteoporosis. Completed specialist training and Masters research degree through Wits University in 2010, received distinction and award. In private practice at The Wits Donald Gordon Medical Centre in association with the orthogeriatric unit. Close collaboration with […]
Virtual Congress – WCO-IOF-ESCEO 2021 London
18th NOFSA Virtual Congress
We would like to invite you to participate in the 18th NOFSA Congress from 5 to 7 August 2021, our first virtual conference. This meeting will feature local experts as well as 3 eminent International Speakers, Profs Eugene McCloskey, Manju Chandran and Prof Sir John Cunningham.