Our Public Education Programs

COACH – Creating Opportunities for Arthritis Control at Home – is a set of training modules designed for providers who see patients with arthritis and want to encourage them to manage arthritis outside the clinic, in their day-to-day lives at home.

Fit to a T

"Fit to a T" is a free public education program on fracture prevention, bone health, and osteoporosis. This education program is called “Fit to a T” because the T-score is the measure of a person’s bone density and susceptibility to fracture.

Experts in Arthritis (EIA) — Free public education for people with arthritis and people who care about them — New and Updated



Bone and Joint Action Week is held annually October 12-20 with activities focused on disorders including arthritis, back pain, trauma, pediatric conditions, and osteoporosis. The themes and their related activities are designed to raise awareness worldwide about prevention, disease management and treatment.

You will find activities to do and ways to become better informed below. But before that, take a look at some facts:



PB&J (Protect Your Bones and Joints) is an educational program aimed at improving the knowledge of teens and young adults about musculoskeletal disorders and to encourage them to learn about prevention activities. Musculoskeletal disorders, such as arthritis, osteoporosis, sports and road related trauma, are among the most common conditions and reasons for visiting a healthcare professional. They can lead to time away from school, and chronic pain and disability later in life. Many of these conditions can be prevented, and measures taken to lessen the chance of occurrence. Raising awareness of these conditions in young people may allow them to live healthier, happier lives and to combat one of the largest public health problems in the United States.


A Wellness Microbreak

The American Association of Occupational Health Nurses and USBJI collaborated to offer this "Wellness Mircobreak" for the workplace.