FLS on Demand Training

NOF’s FLS Certificate of Completion

The National Osteoporosis Foundation is proud to present its Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) Model of Care Training Program in self-paced, on-demand webinars on the NOF Professional Learning Center. Choose individual FLS sessions or complete all sessions and receive the FLS Certificate of Completion. The FSL Full Track package is designed specifically with educational tools provided during the inaugural live program at NOF’s Interdisciplinary Symposium on Osteoporosis 2014 in New Orleans.

Benefits of receiving NOF’s FLS Certificate of Completion include:

  • Standout among your colleagues for knowledge of FLS process and practice
  • Be on the frontline of trends in osteoporosis treatment
  • Acquire key knowledge about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of osteoporosis
  • Gain strategies for organizing, staffing and structuring a successful FLS program
  • Understand new quality measures and how they affect your organization/institution
  • Create awareness and education among colleagues and patients
  • 20 plus hours of CE credit

Primarily targeting physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners and physician assistants, the program is designed to help healthcare professionals who seek to:

  • Become FLS coordinators
  • Learn FLS program fundamentals
  • Incorporate principals of the FLS model of care into their current practice
  • Validate their knowledge and receive a certificate of completion or
  • Start an FLS program of their own

Continuing Education

The National Osteoporosis Foundation is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education to provide continuing medical education for physicians and is accredited as a provider of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation. You will receive CE credit for each individual activity in which you participate.

Total CE credits: 20.25


The FLS Certificate Full Track package based upon the FLS live symposium:

FLS Training: Welcome, Introductions & Program Overview
WSIb The FLS Model of Care/FLS Basics/Care Coordination
WSIc FLS Database Issues
WSId Practice Issues
WSIe Putting It All Together/ Resources/Wrap-up
PII Bone Basics: What's New in Bone Biology and Skeletal Assessment
PIV Addressing and Overcoming Today's Challenges and Barriers in Clinical Care
CSII Addressing Clinical Challenges: FLS Programs and System Challenges
PV Osteoporosis Medications 2014
CSIV FLS Case Studies (Resource utilization, referrals)
PVI Secondary Causes and Medication-Induced Osteoporosis
CSVI FLS Coordination of Care
CSVIII Fall Risk Assessment
PVIII NOF Position Statement on Exercise
PIX FLS Team Based Care
PXI Consensus and Controversies in Long-Term Therapy
PXII Clinical Controversies: Calcium and Vitamin D
PXIII What's New in the Updated NOF Clinician's Guide



To access the coursework, go to the NOF Professional Learning Center and log-on or create an account if you have not done so already:

  • Select the FLS Full Track Module
  • If you are a NOF Member, you must login to verify membership before member pricing is put into effect and before any purchase is made from the NOF library
  • If you would like to become a professional member of NOF, please go to www.nof.org/join
  • Once you have viewed all coursework and completed each session evaluation, you must complete the overall FLS evaluation to receive your FLS Certificate of Completion

Cost: NOF members: $246.00; Non members: $410.00 

More Details

You will find more information about the FLS Certificate pathway and future courses at www.nof.org/ISO-FLS. If you have questions regarding the FLS Certificate of Completion, or if questions arise at anytime during your coursework you may contact us at Education@nof.org.