FFN Global Congress 2021

Ensuring Smooth Transitions in Fracture Care and Management

9th FFN Global Congress 2021 Virtual

We are delighted to announce that the 9th FFN Global Congress will take place virtually from 28th September to 1st October 2021. Our congress motto “Ensuring Smooth Transitions in Fracture Care and Management” points out that post-fracture care requires involvement of professionals from multiple disciplines as well as involvement of family and friends.

During the three-day congress we will cover all aspects of hip fracture, osteoporosis, fracture management, fracture prevention and rehabilitation.


28th September–1st October 2021

Reasons to Attend


The virtual congress will give you ample opportunity to meet new colleagues and catch up with old acquaintances – it’s not just about you meeting the right people – it’s also about the right people meeting you.

Knowledge and Takeaways

FFN 2021 provides a unique platform to learn about new technical developments, state-of-the-art interventions, international research and to interact with leading clinicians, researchers and other professional health workers and stake holders. If there is something specific that you want to know, there are many opportunities for you to get the answers you seek.

Learn Something new Outside your Field

Broaden your horizons and gain an eclectic overview of what’s shaping the fragility fracture network. Who knows – you might find the solution to a problem or inspiration discussing hot topics with orthogeriatricians, anesthesiologist and surgeons.

Key Dates to Remember

Spring 2021

Registration Start

Summer 2021

Abstract Submission Deadline

8 July 2021

Early Bird Registration Deadline

Fall 2021

Pre-Congress Meetings and Seminars


For Stefano Eleuteri, it is very important to involve caregivers both in the care of patients worldwide and in the recovery process.

For Cliff Shelton one of the highlights of #ffncongress was to be able to present his own work to a multidisciplinary audience.

Louise Brent sees a steady growth in the number of nurses attending the #ffncongress.

Dieu Donne Niesten talks about how the multidisciplinary audience works together to improve the care and treatment of fragile people.