Falls are a major cause of catastrophic injury for older people and can often result in hospitalisation and extended stays, putting them at further risk of falls. This engaging session gives a thorough overview of the standards relating to falls in older people as well as risk factors and evidence-based approaches to prevention.

Recorded: 06 Dec 2017


Fabulous presenter - used the slides as prompts, not a script -- 05 Mar 2018
I recommend this education to other health professionals -- 23 Feb 2018
Extremely practical and easy suggestions to implement. It has created and reinforced a greater awareness on falls, times and places they occur, and those patients at higher risk -- 21 Feb 2018
Learned new ideas to prevent fall of people especially aged peoples.This session was good.well explained with relevant examples that’s make this topic more cleared. -- 04 Feb 2018
Excellent speaker.Valuble VLA -- 02 Feb 2018
Engaging speaker,excellent lecture with simple strategies for preventing falls -- 02 Feb 2018
Great revision and also I needed information on the National Standards for Accrediation -- 01 Feb 2018
Informative -- 23 Jan 2018
Staffing levels must be a factor in falls. -- 21 Jan 2018
Great session. Very informative, practical and gives simple yet effective strategies to provide better patient care and reduce falls. -- 19 Jan 2018
I found the speaker enthusiastic and engaging. Very passionate and will take back some ideas to my organisation to change and improve how we reduce and manage falls in our hospital -- 17 Jan 2018