volume 16, issue Supplement 1, PA265-A265 2010
DOI: 10.1136/ip.2010.029215.942
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Abstract: Introduction Rural Health Authorities are challenged to address the complex issue of falls in aging populations. While extensive evidence exists regarding successful falls prevention interventions, there is little information about planning and implementation at an organisational level. This presentation outlines results from research examining falls prevention at a rural health authority. Method Case study methodology was applied in a phased approach examining development and implementation of the falls prev…

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