Falls are estimated to cost the NHS £2.3 billion a year. Falls can result in a loss of confidence, a loss of independence, or a loss of life. But this loss is preventable, with the right network of health services in primary and secondary care.
The updated 2017 Quality Standard ‘Falls in Older People’ brings a new emphasis on multifactorial assessment and personalised intervention. This Implementing NICE Quality Standard ‘Falls in Older People’ course provides the latest training on falls prevention in hospitals and community settings, applicable to all involved health and social care professionals, including clinicians and service leaders in primary and secondary and social care.
Our course covers key topics including: causes of falls, multifactorial assessments, and personalised interventions. As well as clinical guidance, gain insight into networking services and presenting the case for preventative medicine.
Attend this training course, led by Professor Cameron Swift, to understand how to prevent falls and implement a successful falls prevention strategy in your area.