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Bonafide Bone Health: Making Information Accessible

There are some great resources about osteoporosis and fracture prevention. How might we make these resources more accessible?

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How does your research relate to the Challenge?

I am curious about how we help patients who are living with osteoporosis find the information they need to form positive relationships and advocate for their needs from their care providers?

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I've included a couple organizations that have provided great information, but the format is a little overwhelming and hard to take in. Including: The Surgeon General’s Report on Bone Health and Osteoporosis: What It Means to You: https://www.bones.nih.gov/health-info/bone/SGR/surgeon-generals-report?_ga=2.191843690.1362037435.1557352888-1084867395.1557352888#r And I attached Harvard's School of Medicines Osteoporosis: A guide to prevention and treatment

What is an insight, question, or provocation that might inspire others during this challenge?

They internet is a crazy place filled with an overwhelming amount of information, which is hard to navigate through what's accurate, relevant and important to patients. I am curious to learn what ideas, inspirations or organizations are doing this well?

Tell us about yourself

I'm a member of the OpenIDEO team. I am passionate about using human-centered design to make our world a healthier more vibrant place. My background is in supporting entrepreneurial ecosystems, public health and education initiatives.

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