Welcome to Bone and Joint Canada!
Bone and Joint Canada is a knowledge translation network of people who have an interest in the management of conditions affecting bones and joints. Through working with our sponsors we have undertaken projects across the country to:
- implement best practices across Canada in Hip & Knee Replacement, Hip Fracture, Low Back Pain, Osteoarthritis and Injury Prevention in Soccer
- make resources and tool kits accessible to healthcare professionals
- host conferences to train healthcare professionals
- support planning and training for research
- pursue new initiatives, Canada-wide, in bone and joint care and injury prevention
If you are interested in partnering with Bone and Joint Canada to support any of our current initiatives or around new and upcoming initiatives in bone and joint care and injury prevention please contact us. For a list of our current and previous partners learn more here.
Report on Managing Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis in Canada
Bone and Joint Canada hosted a meeting of key experts in osteoarthritis (OA) to review the status of care for individuals with hip and knee OA across the country and make recommendations on the future direction. Following a day of presentations and active discussion a number of recommendations were made including: expand on our successes; promote earlier diagnosis, education and management; embed our programs in self-management and physical activity; and to use our data and leverage technology. The report including the recommendations is available here. Managing hip and knee osteoarthritis in Canada_Final_June2019
United States Bone and Joint Initiative (USBJI) and Bone and Joint Canada
Call for Applications – Young Investigator Initiative Grant Mentoring and Career Development Program
For more about the program and detailed application instructions, please refer to:
Our Steering Committee
Bone and Joint Canada (BJC) is led by a Steering Committee comprising representatives from across Canada. The membership is diverse and includes health professionals, policy makers and patients. See all of our Steering Committee Members.