Bonafide Bone Health: Making Information Accessible
There are some great resources about osteoporosis and fracture prevention. How might we make these resources more accessible?
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?
Tell us about your research:
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:
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.