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Plenary 1

Plenary 2


Presentations

Welcome

Plenary Session 1

Balancing acts – Gaps and opportunities for falls prevention in the 2020s (PDF, 4.3MB)
Professor Keith Hill, Head of School of Physiotherapy and Exercise Science, Faculty of Health Science, Curtin University, Perth


Fall prevention in older people: an update of the evidence (PDF, 2.2MB)
Professor Stephen Lord, Senior Principal Research Fellow and Director, Falls Balance and Injury Research Centre, NeuRA, Sydney

Plenary Session 2

The Standing Tall RCT results: using mobile technology to deliver an unsupervised balance exercise program
Associate Professor Kim Delbaere, Principal Research Scientist, Director, Innovation and Translation, Falls Balance and Injury Research Centre, NeuRA, Sydney


Falls prevention in dementia (PDF, 3.7MB)
Dr Morag Taylor, NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Fellow, Falls, Balance and Injury Research Centre, NeuRA, Sydney

Exercise for falls prevention in residential aged care: evidence of clinical and cost effectiveness outcomes from the SUNBEAM trial (PDF, 2.7MB)
Dr Jennie Hewitt, Clinical Education Coordinator, Centre for Rural Health, Murwillumbah

Lifetime Achievement Award Presentation


Workshop Presentations

A. Leading better value Care Falls in Hospital

Facilitators: Mr Malcolm Green, Senior Manager Adult Patient Safety Program, and Ms Ingrid Hutchinson, Project Officer, NSW Falls Prevention Program, CEC

B. Exercise Interventions

Facilitators: Dr Daina Sturnieks, Senior Research Scientist, FBIRC, NeuRA and Conjoint lecturer, UNSW and Dr Jennie Hewitt, Clinical Education Coordinator, Centre for Rural Health, Murwillumbah

Exercise Workshop presentation


Exercise Workshop Video 1 – Introduction and Otago

Exercise Workshop Video 2 – Tai Chi


Exercise Workshop Video 3 – Group Exercise

C. Mental Health and Falls Prevention

Facilitators: Ms Mandy Meehan, Team Leader, Ryde Older people’s Mental Health Service (OPMHS) and Ms Emma Underwood, CNC, OPMHS, NSLHD-MHDA

Panel Discussion Session Video

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