Trends in the surgical treatment methods of proximal femur fractures

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Exploring the Innovative Hospital

  • At the 11th October 2018, the Life Science Open Space conference opened its doors in Krakow, Poland. As part of the event, the Transnational Forum of the BFCC project was held. Kazimierz Murzyn from the conference organiser Klaster LifeScience Kraków and Peter Frank from ScanBalt introduced the “innovative hospital”.

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Implant related data set developed to address requirements of new EU MDR

Get-together in Tartu

  • At the 6th and 7th September 2018, the BFCC project partners held a joint project meeting in Tartu, Estonia. During these two days, several progresses could be reported: The pilot studies proceed successfully as well as the innovation dialogue events.

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Added value: Comparing data sets from various registries

Feedback desired: Core Event Set for Fracture Complication Registry

Abstract on infections accepted by the European Bone and Joint Infection Society

How to get access to the BFCC – easily explained

BONE INNOVATION SUMMIT on February 13-14, 2019 in Lübeck, Germany

BFCC Mid-Term Report – the project’s activities in stakeholder management

Gaining insights in partner hospitals: an interview with Jasper Frese

BFCC enhances capacity building within the hospitals

  • At the last project meeting on April 17-18, 2018 in Krakow, Poland, the project consortium presented the major steps that were taken by the BFCC partners to further engage in fostering knowledge exchange and capacity building among involved hospitals and companies.

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Responding to stakeholders’ demands

  • The BFCC organises various workshops for relevant groups within the healthcare and the industrial sector. Three workshops were held in March 2018 in Kaunas, Lithuania; Gothenburg, Sweden, and Seinäjoki, Finland.

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Fracture Fragility Network Congress 2018

Bindex® technology successfully tested in osteoporosis management

Industrial needs: BSN medical calls for better insight on treatment success

Strategic input from the Project Advisory Board

  • ‘Motivating large numbers of clinicians embarking on an ambitious project as BFCC sometimes raises suspicions: “Is Big Brother watching us? Or are far-off academics just harvesting our data for their own obscure purposes?”’ says Dr Colin Currie from the University of Edinburgh.

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New impulses at the joint project meeting

  • On January, 10-11 the partners of the BFCC project will come together for a project meeting in Hamburg, Germany to catch up on the latest activities within the different work packages and to discuss their further proceeding. For the first time also the members of the Project Advisory Board (PAB) will join. The PAB consists of experts aiming to give impulses and advices to the project from a stakeholder’s point of view in order to contribute to the project’s strategic development. The conclusions and outcomes of the PAB meeting will be taken adequately into consideration in the decision making process during the BFCC project to maximise the impact of the project results.

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