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Development of a video-based education and process change intervention to improve advance cardiopulmonary resuscitation decision-making

2 4 Claire E. Johnson 0 Peter Saul 6 7 Heidi Waldron 5 Jeffrey C. Chong 4 Anne-Marie Hill 9 Barbara Hayes 3 8 0 Cancer and Palliative Care Research and Evaluation Unit, School of Surgery, The

“We are all one together”: peer educators’ views about falls prevention education for community-dwelling older adults - a qualitative study

the Australian Governments Collaborative Research Networks (CRN) program. Dr Anne-Marie Hill is supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia) early career fellowship. The peer

Tailored Education for Older Patients to Facilitate Engagement in Falls Prevention Strategies after Hospital Discharge—A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial

Background The aims of the study were to evaluate the effect of providing tailored falls prevention education in hospital on: i) engagement in targeted falls prevention behaviors in the month after discharge: ii) patients’ self-perceived risk and knowledge about falls and falls prevention strategies after receiving the education. Methods A pilot randomized controlled trial (n...

Cost effectiveness of patient education for the prevention of falls in hospital: economic evaluation from a randomized controlled trial

Background Falls are one of the most frequently occurring adverse events that impact upon the recovery of older hospital inpatients. Falls can threaten both immediate and longer-term health and independence. There is need to identify cost-effective means for preventing falls in hospitals. Hospital-based falls prevention interventions tested in randomized trials have not yet been...

Evaluation of the effect of patient education on rates of falls in older hospital patients: Description of a randomised controlled trial

Background Accidental falls by older patients in hospital are one of the most commonly reported adverse events. Falls after discharge are also common. These falls have enormous physical, psychological and social consequences for older patients, including serious physical injury and reduced quality of life, and are also a source of substantial cost to health systems worldwide...