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1. AN INPATIENT FALL PREVENTION INITIATIVE IN A TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL

2. A HOSPITAL FALL ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION PROJECT

3. THE COST OF SERIOUS FALL-RELATED INJURIES AT THREE MIDWESTERN HOSPITALS

4. PREDICTORS OF SERIOUS INJURY AMONG HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS

5. DOES MORTALITY OF THE AGED INCREASE WITH THE NUMBER OF FALLS

6. RISK FACTORS AND INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN ELDERLY

7. PATTERNS AND PREDICTORS OF INPATIENT FALLS AND FALL-RELATED

8. CHARACTERISTICS AND CIRCUMSTANCES OF FALLS IN A HOSPITAL SETTING

9.DO HOSPITAL FALL PREVENTION PROGRAMS WORK A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW

10. FALL PREVENTION RESEARCH STUDY – 3 MAIN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENT

11. HOSPITAL-BASED FALL PROGRAM MEASUREMENT AND IMPROVEMENT IN

12. AN IMPACT EVALUATION OF A FALLS PREVENTION PROGRAM AMONG OLDER PEOPLE

13. VHA’S NATIONAL FALLS COLLABORATIVE AND PREVENTION PROGRAMS

14. FALLS AND CONSEQUENT INJURIES IN HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS EFFECTS OF AN

15. PREVENTION CARE IN THE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT SHOULD EMERGENCY

16. INPATIENT FALL PREVENTION PROGRAMS AS A PATIENT SAFETY STRATEGY A

17. ECONOMIC EVALUATION OF A COMMUNITY-BASED EXERCISE PROGRAM

18. A COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF A PROPOSED NATIONAL

19. RISK FACTORS AND INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED

20. A RANDOMIZED TRIAL COMPARING DIGITAL VIDEO DISC WITH WRITTEN DELIVERY OF

21. MEASURING FALLS EVENTS IN ACUTE HOSPITALS — A COMPARISON OF

22. THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF FALLS IN HOSPITALIZED CHILDREN

23. PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES OF THE POST-FALL INDEX

24 .IMPROVING THE CAPTURE OF FALL EVENTS IN HOSPITALS COMBINING A SERVICE FOR

25. FALL TIPS STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE ADOPTION AND USE OF A FALL

26. TAILORED PREVENTION OF INPATIENT FALLS DEVELOPMENT AND USABILITY TESTING

27. TEST-RETEST RELIABILITY OF THE GERIATRIC INSTITUTIONAL ASSESSMENT PROFILE

28. THE REAL WORLD JOURNEY OF IMPLEMENTING FALL PREVENTION BEST PRACTICES IN

29. FALL PREVENTION IN HOSPITALS AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

30. FALL PREVENTION IN THE ELDERLY ANALYSIS AND COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW OF

31. FALL PREVENTION IN ACUTE CARE HOSPITALS A RANDOMIZED TRIAL

32. META-ANALYSIS MULTIDISCIPLINARY FALL PREVENTION STRATEGIES IN THE ACUTE

33. FALLS AMONG ADULT PATIENTS HOSPITALIZED IN THE UNITED STATES PREVALENCE

34. FALLS RESULTING IN TRAUMATIC INJURY AMONG OLDER ADULTS

35. HOSPITAL FALL PREVENTION A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF IMPLEMENTATION,

36.FALLS AND THEIR PREVENTION IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WHAT DOES THE

37.BREAKING THE FALL

38. RISK FACTORS AND INJURY ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS IN ELDERLY HOSPITALIZED

39. CLINICAL FEASIBILITY TRIAL OF A MOTION DETECTION SYSTEM FOR FALL PREVENTION

40. FALLS IN ENGLISH AND WELSH HOSPITALS A NATIONAL OBSERVATIONAL STUDY

41. CHARACTERISTICS OF HOSPITAL INPATIENT FALLS ACROSS CLINICAL DEPARTMENTS

42. MISSED NURSING CARE, STAFFING, AND PATIENT FALLS

43. MEASURING FALLS EVENTS IN ACUTE HOSPITALS — A COMPARISON OF THREE

44. PREVENTION OF FALLS IN OLDER PATIENTS

45. RISK FACTORS FOR FALLS IN OLDER PEOPLE IN NURSING HOMES AND HOSPITALS

46. COMPARISON OF FALLERS AND NONFALLERS AT AN INPATIENT

47. INTERVENTIONS FOR PREVENTING FALLS IN ACUTE- AND CHRONIC-CARE HOSPITALS

48. FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH FALLS DURING HOSPITALIZATION IN AN

49. PREDICTORS OF FALLS AND HOSPITALIZATION OUTCOMES IN ELDERLY PATIENTS

50. CHAPTER 10. FALL AND INJURY PREVENTION

51. WHAT ARE THE MAIN RISK FACTORS FOR FALLS AMONGST OLDER PEOPLE AND WHAT

52. MEASURING FALL PROGRAM OUTCOMES

53. CHARACTERISTICS OF EARLY FALLERS ON ELDERLY PATIENT REHABILITATION WARDS

54. WHEELCHAIR FALLS 5 YEARS OF DATA FROM A LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER

55. THE RELATIONSHIP OF THE HOSPITAL-ACQUIRED INJURIOUS FALL RATES WITH THE

56. NEW USPSTF RECOMMENDATIONS FOR PREVENTION OF FALLS IN ELDERLY PATIENTS

57. INTERVENTIONS FOR THE PREVENTION OF FALLS IN OLDER ADULTS SYSTEMATIC

58. A TOOL KIT TO PREVENT SENIOR FALLS

59. REDUCING FALLS AND FALL RELATED INJURIES IN THE VA SYSTEM

60. PREVENTION OF FALLS IN HOSPITALIZED AND INSTITUTIONALIZED OLDER PEOPLE

65. FALLS AND HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH CANCER A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

66. A MODEL OF CARE DELIVERY TO REDUCE FALLS IN A MAJOR CANCER CENTER

67. EFFECTS OF AN INTERVENTION TO INCREASE BED ALARM USE TO PREVENT FALLS IN

68. FALL PREVENTION RESEARCH STUDY – 3 MAIN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENT CARE CENTER

61. FALLS IN THE GERIATRIC PATIENT

62. DISTINGUISHING FALL ACTIVITIES FROM NORMAL ACTIVITIES BY

63. PREDICTING SLIPS AND FALLS CONSIDERING REQUIRED AND AVAILABLE FRICTION

64. CIRCUMSTANCES OF PATIENT FALLS AND INJURIES IN 9 HOSPITALS IN A MIDWESTERN

65. FALLS AND HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS WITH CANCER A REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE

66. A MODEL OF CARE DELIVERY TO REDUCE FALLS IN A MAJOR CANCER CENTER

67. EFFECTS OF AN INTERVENTION TO INCREASE BED ALARM USE TO PREVENT FALLS IN

68. FALL PREVENTION RESEARCH STUDY – 3 MAIN ORTHOPEDIC PATIENT CARE CENTER

69. CLINICAL ALARMS AND THE IMPACT ON PATIENT SAFETY

70. NURSES’ EXPERIENCES WITH BED EXIT ALARMS MAY LEAD TO AMBIVALENCE

71. INPATIENT FALL PREVENTION USE OF IN-ROOM WEBCAMS

72. JOURNEY TO A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FALL PREVENTION IN AN EMERGENCY

69. CLINICAL ALARMS AND THE IMPACT ON PATIENT SAFETY

70. NURSES’ EXPERIENCES WITH BED EXIT ALARMS MAY LEAD TO AMBIVALENCE

71. INPATIENT FALL PREVENTION USE OF IN-ROOM WEBCAMS

72. JOURNEY TO A SAFE ENVIRONMENT FALL PREVENTION IN AN EMERGENCY

73. ED PATIENT FALLS AND RESULTING INJURIES

74. CONTRIBUTION OF THE DESIGNED ENVIRONMENT TO FALL RISK IN HOSPITALS

75. AN ANALYSIS OF FALLS OCCURRING IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE ON

76. FALLS IN THE ELDERLY

73. ED PATIENT FALLS AND RESULTING INJURIES

74. CONTRIBUTION OF THE DESIGNED ENVIRONMENT TO FALL RISK IN HOSPITALS

75. AN ANALYSIS OF FALLS OCCURRING IN PATIENTS WITH STROKE ON

76. FALLS IN THE ELDERLY

77. DEMENTIA AS A RISK FACTOR FOR FALLS AND FALL INJURIES

78. INCIDENCE AND PREDICTION OF FALLS IN DEMENTIA A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

79. FALL RISK FACTORS IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE

80. RISK OF MORTALITY AND PREDISPOSING FACTORS AFTER OSTEOPOROTIC HIP

77. DEMENTIA AS A RISK FACTOR FOR FALLS AND FALL INJURIES

78. INCIDENCE AND PREDICTION OF FALLS IN DEMENTIA A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

79. FALL RISK FACTORS IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE

80. RISK OF MORTALITY AND PREDISPOSING FACTORS AFTER OSTEOPOROTIC HIP

81. HIP FRACTURE MORTALITY. A PROSPECTIVE, MULTIFACTORIAL STUDY 

82. URINARY INCONTINENCE DOES IT INCREASE RISK FOR FALLS AND FRACTURES

83. THE ASSOCIATION BETWEEN ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION AND RECURRENT FALLS

84.F ALLS AMONG OLDER PEOPLE RELATIONSHIP TO MEDICATION USE AND HYPOTENSION

85. MECHANICAL EVALUATION OF POLYMER COMPOSITE HIP PROTECTORS

86. HIP PROTECTOR IMPLEMENTATION TOOLKIT

87. FORCE REDUCTION BY AN EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTOR ON THE HUMAN HIP

88. BIOMECHANICAL COMPARISON OF HARD AND SOFT HIP PROTECTORS, AND THE

89. EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTORS ARE EFFECTIVE FOR THE ELDERLY WITH

90. PREVENTION OF HIP FRACTURES BY EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTORS

91. HIP PROTECTORS FOR PREVENTING HIP FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY

92. HIP PROTECTOR COMPLIANCE A 13-MONTH STUDY ON FACTORS AND COST

89. EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTORS ARE EFFECTIVE FOR THE ELDERLY WITH

90. PREVENTION OF HIP FRACTURES BY EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTORS

91. HIP PROTECTORS FOR PREVENTING HIP FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY

92. HIP PROTECTOR COMPLIANCE A 13-MONTH STUDY ON FACTORS AND COST

93. PREVENTION OF HIP FRACTURE IN ELDERLY PEOPLE WITH THE USE OF

94. HIP PROTECTORS IMPROVE FALLS SELF-EFFICACY

95. EFFECT OF EXTERNAL HIP PROTECTORS ON HIP FRACTURES

96. EXERCISE IN THE PREVENTION OF FALLS IN OLDER PEOPLE A SYSTEMATIC LITERATURE

97. EXERCISE AND OLDER PATIENTS GUIDELINES FOR THE PHYSICIAN

98. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FALLS, AND FRACTURES AMONG OLDER ADULTS A REVIEW OF

99. VALIDATION OF THE HESTER DAVIS SCALE FOR FALL RISK ASSESSMENT IN A

100. PREVENTING PATIENT FALLS ESTABLISHING A FALL INTERVENTION PROGRAM

97. EXERCISE AND OLDER PATIENTS GUIDELINES FOR THE PHYSICIAN

98. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FALLS, AND FRACTURES AMONG OLDER ADULTS A REVIEW OF

99. VALIDATION OF THE HESTER DAVIS SCALE FOR FALL RISK ASSESSMENT IN A

100. PREVENTING PATIENT FALLS ESTABLISHING A FALL INTERVENTION PROGRAM

97. EXERCISE AND OLDER PATIENTS GUIDELINES FOR THE PHYSICIAN

98. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FALLS, AND FRACTURES AMONG OLDER ADULTS A REVIEW OF

99. VALIDATION OF THE HESTER DAVIS SCALE FOR FALL RISK ASSESSMENT IN A

100. PREVENTING PATIENT FALLS ESTABLISHING A FALL INTERVENTION PROGRAM

97. EXERCISE AND OLDER PATIENTS GUIDELINES FOR THE PHYSICIAN

98. PHYSICAL ACTIVITY, FALLS, AND FRACTURES AMONG OLDER ADULTS A REVIEW OF

99. VALIDATION OF THE HESTER DAVIS SCALE FOR FALL RISK ASSESSMENT IN A

100. PREVENTING PATIENT FALLS ESTABLISHING A FALL INTERVENTION PROGRAM

101. CHARACTERISTICS OF THE FALL-PRONE PATIENT

102. THE SAFETY OF SAFETY RESEARCH THE CASE OF PATIENT FALL RESEARCH