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Keeping children safe at home: Protocol for three matched case-control studies of modifiable risk factors for falls
Background Childhood falls result in considerable morbidity, mortality and health service use. Despite this, little evidence exists on protective factors or effective falls prevention interventions in young children. ...
Thinking falls - taking action: A guide to action for falls prevention
Clinical guidelines and research papers help clinicians measure and understand the risk of falling in their older clients but very few provide the assessor with recommendations as to which intervention they can use to ...
The Falls In Care Home study: A feasibility randomized controlled trial of the use of a risk assessment and decision support tool to prevent falls in care homes
Objective: To explore the feasibility of implementing and evaluating the Guide to Action Care Home fall prevention intervention.; Design: Two-centre, cluster feasibility randomized controlled trial and process evaluation.; ...
Perspectives of healthcare professionals in England on falls interventions for people with dementia: a qualitative interview study
Objective To explore the experiences of healthcare professionals working in falls prevention and memory assessment services in providing assessments and interventions for falls risk reduction in people with dementia.Design ...
A randomised controlled trial of an exercise intervention promoting activity, independence and stability in older adults with mild cognitive impairment and early dementia (PrAISED) - A Protocol
BACKGROUND: People with dementia progressively lose cognitive and functional abilities. Interventions promoting exercise and activity may slow decline. We developed a novel intervention to promote activity and independence ...