Webinars2022-10-11T10:29:03+02:00

Webinars

ERN BOND webinars are aimed at prompting education and training on rare bone diseases and addressed to healthcare professionals, patients and patients groups in order to increase knowledge on rare bone diseases.

These webinars are free to join, however pre-registration is required.

Upcoming webinars

The programme of the upcoming webinars will be published soon

Past webinars

ERN-BOND, the last five years and the future.

ERN BOND webinars are aimed at prompting education and training on rare bone diseases and addressed to healthcare professionals, patients and patients groups in order to increase knowledge on rare bone diseases.

Speaker: Luca Sangiorgi

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ERN BOND Webinar: Human Body Movement & Scan Analyses

ERN BOND webinars are aimed at prompting education and training on rare bone diseases and addressed to healthcare professionals, patients and patients groups in order to increase knowledge on rare bone diseases.

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Recording of the Covid-19 and vaccines webinar now available with English subtitles

Speakers: Prof. Ivan Gentile, Dott. Luca Sangiorgi
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Recording of the Covid-19 and psychological impact webinar now available with English subtitles

Speakers: Dr. Marianna Matera, Dr. Manila Boarini
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Recording of the Gender issues in COVID-19 pandemia webinar now available

Speaker: Prof. Maria Luisa Brandi

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Recording of the EuRR-Bone: what and how? webinar now available

Speakers: Dr. Natasha M. Appelman-Dijkstra and Dr. Ana L. Priego Zurita

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FD/MAS a joined venture

Tuesday September 7th 2021
Speakers: Prof. Michiel van de Sande and Dr. N. M. Appelman-Dijkstra

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Recording of the Talking about the type 2 collagen disorders webinar now available

Speaker: Dr. Geert Mortier

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On the occasion of the Rare Disease Day, ERN BOND organises a series of webinars about COVID-19 and rare bone diseases in collaboration.with As.It.O.I. (Osteogenesis Imperfecta Italian Association), A.C.A.R. (Italian Association on Multiple osteochondromas, Maffucci syndrome and Ollier disease) and UNIAMO FIMR (Italian Federation on rare diseases).

The events have the patronage of FondazioneTelethon  (Italian non-profit organisation fostering rare disease research), BBMRI.it (the Italian node of the European research infrastructure for biobanking) and Istituto Superiore di Sanità, (the Italian health institute).

All the webinars will be in Italian

Download here the programme
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