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Fall and Injury Prevention: Let’s Get Clinical

On demand
July 11, 2024 11:00 AM
Successful fall prevention practices require clinical practices based on knowledge of each patient’s fall and fall risk factors on admission, upon change in status and progress with rehabilitation and restorative therapies. In addition to this knowledge, care processes are essential for continuity of care among all care providers. This program is designed to get clinical, offering strategies for determining, communicating and following clinical practices for mobility and toileting to reduce preventable falls and to protect patients and staff from injury.
Learning outcomes
Discover the elements of a fall and injury prevention program
Understand the role of risk screening and assessment and the distinction between them
Learn about how effective care planning can reduce preventable falls
Discover protective interventions to help prevent injuries in vulnerable populations
Meet our Expert
Dr Patricia Quigley

Dr. Patricia Quigley, is a Nurse Consultant, Nurse Scientist, Former Associate Director and VISN 8 Patient Safety Center of Inquiry. She is both a Clinical Nurse Specialist and a Nurse Practitioner in Rehabilitation, and her contributions to patient safety, nursing and rehabilitation are evident at a national level – with emphasis on clinical practice innovations designed to promote elders’ independence and safety. She is nationally known for her program of research in patient safety, particularly in fall prevention. The falls program research agenda continues to drive research efforts across health services and rehabilitation researchers.