Evidence-Based Practice: A Falls Prevention Program that Continues to Work
- Faith, health link through Internet. J.A.; Larson, Laurie // AHA News;1/15/96, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p7
Focuses on the communication links between the Carter Center in Atlanta, Georgia and St. Francis Hospital in Evanston, Illinois. Electronic mail between the groups; Role of spirituality in wellness.
- Laparoscopic Transcystic Management of Choledocholithiasis. Hyser, Matthew J.; Chaudhry, Vivek; Byrne, Mitchel P. // American Surgeon;Jul1999, Vol. 65 Issue 7, p606
Presents information on a study that reviewed Evanston, Illinois-based Saint Francis Hospital's experience with the laparoscopic management of choledocholithiasis from 1991 to 1997. Patients and methods; Results; Conclusions.
- ASTOUNDED BY LACK OF A SIMPLE FALLS PREVENTION STRATEGY. // Nursing Standard;5/15/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 37, p32
No abstract available.
- Implementation Makes the Difference in Reducing Rehospitalization. // Eli's OASIS Alert;Apr2012, Vol. 13 Issue 4, pp45
The article discusses the means to reduce rehospitalization rates of Medicare patients in the U.S. It mentions that the key to reduce such condition is accountability of the home care agency. It notes that preventing unplanned hospitalization involves fall prevention, agency awareness, and...
- Making Falls Go Down. SIMMONS, JANICE // HealthLeaders Magazine;Oct2010, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p64
The article discusses various issues concerning the prevention of fall and fall-related injuries among hospital patients in the U.S. Fall-related injuries are said to be one of the most common and disabling health conditions affecting adults. Health care providers have been devising ways to...
- The Evolution of Falls and Injury Prevention Among Seniors In British Columbia, Canada. Scott, Vicky; Herman, Matt; Gallagher, Elaine; Sum, Alison // Open Aging Journal;2011, Vol. 5, p16
The need to prevent falls and related injuries among seniors is a significant public health issue in Canada and all nations where an aging demographic puts higher numbers at risk. In British Columbia (BC), falls are the leading cause of injury-related hospitalization and death among seniors....
- Factors influencing the implementation of fall-prevention programmes: a systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies. Child, Sue; Goodwin, Victoria; Garside, Ruth; Jones-Hughes, Tracey; Boddy, Kate; Stein, Ken // Implementation Science;2012, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p1
Background: More than a third of people over the age of 65 years fall each year. Falling can lead to a reduction in quality of life, mortality, and a risk of prolonged hospitalisation. Reducing and preventing falls has become an international health priority. To help understand why research...
- Editor's View. Francis, R.M. // Age & Ageing;Sep2013, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p547
The article offers information related to age and ageing care in Great Britain as of September 2013. It mentions a study which explores the use of shock absorbing flooring in a cluster randomised controlled trial in eight English hospitals. It cites a report from the Royal College of...
- Characteristics of optimum falls prevention exercise programmes for community-dwelling older adults using the FITT principle. Power, Valerie; Clifford, Amanda // European Reviews of Aging & Physical Activity;Oct2013, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p95
This review aims to identify the optimal exercise intervention characteristics for falls prevention among community-dwelling adults aged 60 years and over. Articles for inclusion were sourced by searching the Academic Search Premier, AMED, Biomedical Reference Collection: Expanded, CINAHL Plus,...