The Association Between Fear of Falling and Fall Prevention Interventions Offered by an Occupational Therapist in a Geriatric Primary Care Setting

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Date Presented 4/1/2017

This study demonstrates that occupational therapy fall prevention interventions are beneficial for improving quality of care as part of a coordinated care team within a primary care setting and should further be examined in expanded populations, settings, and interventions.

Primary Author and Speaker: Lydia Royeen

Contributing Authors: Kieran J. Fogarty, Brenda Koverman

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