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The Australian and New Zealand Fragility Fracture Registry (ANZFFR) is a joint venture between New Zealand and Australia. The structure of the registry in each country will be the same to enable international comparison. However, the New Zealand and Australian registries will remain independent of each other.

The New Zealand arm of the ANZFFR will provide data to drive excellence in the provision and equity of care for fragility fracture patients delivered by Fracture Liaison Services (FLS), through benchmarking against the Clinical Standards for FLS in NZ.

Osteoporosis New Zealand is responsible for the management of the registry in New Zealand. A bi-national Steering Committee will provide governance for the registry and day-to-day operations will be undertaken by an Implementation and Management Committee in New Zealand.

The project is proudly sponsored by the Accident Compensation Corporation (ACC).

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2024 Annual Report - Available Now

It is with delight that we share the first Australian and New Zealand Fragility Fracture Registry 2024 Annual Report.

This Report highlights all the work undertaken by Fracture Liaison Services in New Zealand from 1st July 2022-30th June 2023 and 16-week follow up ending 31st October 2023. Capturing 11,600 patient counts and 12,285 fragility fractures.

The FFR executive team would like to thank all committee members for your hard work and commitment to secondary fracture prevention in NZ and passion for improving care of fragility fracture patients.

We also want to express our sincere thanks to ACC for their vision and dedication to improving fragility fracture care in NZ.

Fracture Fest 2023


On 10th and 11th May, Fracture Liaison Service (FLS) staff from around the country gathered at their 2nd annual “Fracture Fest” education days. Fifty participants including Geriatricians, Endocrinologists, GP’s, clinical nurse specialists, physio and occupational therapy staff, pharmacists and administration personnel braved the rough Auckland weather to attend a themed day to learn all about…

First Records Captured


In a significant milestone for healthcare innovation and patient care, we are thrilled to announce the successful capture of the first records in the Fragility Fracture Registry as of March 2022. This pivotal moment marks the beginning of a new chapter in our quest to revolutionize the management and treatment of fragility fractures, conditions that…