National Bone Health Alliance
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Become a Strategic Partner

NBHA pursues projects and activities that require a multi-sector approach, helping shared priorities and projects become reality through pooled funding.

In addition to raising funds for project development and operations from its member organizations, NBHA also raises funds for each individual project or activity that requires financial resources to execute. It is not necessary to be a member of NBHA to support one or more of our projects and we seek funds from a variety of sources, including for-profits, non-profits, foundations, government agencies and individuals.

The NBHA currently offers the following partnership opportunities:

  • 2 Million 2 Many Public/Health Professional Awareness Campaign - learn more
  • Secondary Fracture Prevention Initiative - learn more
  • Bone Turnover Marker Standardization Project - learn more

To become a Strategic Partner and to learn more about NBHA’s projects and partnership opportunities contact David Lee.

News

2014-03-19

NBHA Clinical Diagnosis of Osteoporosis Working Group Position Paper Published by Osteoporosis International

The group recommends expanding the criteria for making a diagnosis of osteoporosis to include all post-menopausal women and all men age 50 and over who are demonstrated to have an  elevated risk for fracture.

Member spotlight

United States Bone and Joint Initiative

The United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) is the U.S. National Action Network of the worldwide Bone and Joint Decade, an international collaborative movement sanctioned by the United Nations/World Health Organization. Its mission is to improve the quality of life for people with bone and joint disorders, including osteoporosis, and to advance the understanding, prevention and treatment of these conditions. As a unique, interdisciplinary coalition of organizations, the USBJI connects thought leaders, health care professionals, educators, researchers, industry professionals, patients and patient advocates. It develops collaborative programs and activities, and creates forums to exchange information, build partnerships, and develop consensus on issues of common concern to its members and society at large.