Paul Mitchell has spent the last 15 years working on programs to improve fragility fracture care and prevention throughout the world. Paul has published extensively on implementation of Fracture Liaison Services and was an author of the 2012 IOF World Osteoporosis Day Report on the ‘Capture the Fracture’ Campaign. Prior to emigrating from the UK to New Zealand in 2011, Paul served as an advisor to the Department of Health in England to develop policy and financial incentives to improve care and reduce costs. Paul has since worked with the Ministry of Health and Accident Compensation Corporation in New Zealand to facilitate implementation of Fracture Liaison Services in all of New Zealand’s District Health Boards, and establishment of the ANZ Hip Fracture Registry. Paul is also Chairman of the Board of Trustees of Osteoporosis New Zealand.