Information and links for the Healthcare Professional
Welcome to the Healthcare Professional resource page. Here you will find a range of practical resources to assist healthcare professionals in the management of hip fractures in their clinical work.
The resources below have been developed by the ANZHFR and other hospitals to help all health professional provide better quality care to their patients presenting with a hip fracture.
The ANZHFR would like to acknowledge the funding support provided by the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research to enable the translation of the ANZHFR Hip Fracture Care Guide into 14 languages.
In 2019, the ANZHFR released the My Hip Fracture Guide. This guide for patients, families and carers contains important information about recovering after a hip fracture. It also contains an individualised care plan which can be used to assist the patient’s transition from hospital care. The My Hip Fracture Care Guide is formatted to print as an A5 booklet.
The ANZHFR have a limited stock of English Hip Fracture Care Guide A5 booklets. These are available to order by contacting the Registry via email: email@example.com
Once again, the ANZHFR would like to thank the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research for their funding support. Their generous contribution have enabled the translation of the ANZHFR Hip Fracture Care Guide into 14 languages.
Learn more about the Ingham Institute for Applied Medical Research by clicking here: https://inghaminstitute.org.au/
Here are 14 translated versions of the ANZHFR My Hip Fracture Guide.
The ANZHFR supports collaboration, the sharing of resources and other information to improve hip fracture care.
Here are some resources supplied by hospitals that contribute data to the ANZHFR.
Please note: the resources below have been provided in good faith. The ANZHFR is not responsible for any content that has been supplied by third parties or external sites. If you notice any errors or inaccuracies, please contact the Registry at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a Project Information Pamphlet that you can download, print and provide to eligible patients and their families.