GDG meetingDeclaration of Interests
First GDG meeting (1st July 2009)Did not attend
Second GDG Meeting (17th July 2009)Declared a non personal pecuniary interest: NIHR funded research grant. One trial is in the final stages of finding approval in primary care- using peripheral fracture (including hip fracture). The second- potential trial-ideas unclear as to whether they will be submitted. Vitamin D in Hip fracture; anaemia in hip fracture.
Third GDG Meeting (15th September 2009)No change
Fourth GDG Meeting (8th December 2009)No change
Fifth GDG Meeting (14th December 2009)No change
Sixth GDG Meeting (Subgroup workshop) (28th January 2010)Did not attend
Seventh GDG Meeting (9th March 2010)Did not attend
Eighth GDG Meeting (26th April 2010)No change
Tenth GDG Meeting (11th June 2010)No change
Eleventh GDG Meeting (30th June 2010)No change
Twelfth GDG Meeting (29th July 2010)Did not attend
Thirteenth GDG Meeting (8th September 2010)No change
Fourteenth GDG Meeting (18th January 2011)Did not attend
Fifteenth GDC Meeting (24th March 2011)Did not attend
ActionsNone required

From: Appendix B, Declarations of Interest

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