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Shining a Light to Reduce Hospital Falls.


The association of malnutrition with falls and harm from falls in hospital inpatients: Findings from a 5-year observational study.

Inpatient falls continue to be a significant clinical issue and whilst malnutrition is a known risk factors for falls, few studies have investigated its association with inpatient falls. This study aimed to explore the independent association between malnutrition and falls risk as well as harm from falls in hospital inpatients.

In-Hospital Fall and Fracture Risk With Conditions in the Elixhauser Comorbidity Index: An Analysis of State Inpatient Data.

In-hospital falls (IHFs) are a significant burden to the healthcare industry and patients seeking inpatient care. Many falls lead to injuries that could be considered a hospital-acquired condition (HAC). We demonstrated how administrative data can be used to quantify how many IHFs occur and identify what conditions increase the risk for these falls.


Preventing Fall Injury.

Falls are the leading cause of injury, premature institutionalization, and long-term disability in elderly adults worldwide, with a fall-related fatality in the United States every 19 minutes.1 According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention,2 3 million people over 65 years of age receive emergency room treatment for fall injuries at an average cost of $30 000. The annual cost of fall injuries was more than $50 billion in 2015.1,2 Community-based interventions effective in preventing falls inclu...

Incorporating Injury Prevention Into Energy Weatherization Programs.

Clients receiving weatherization/energy services with an added injury prevention home assessment with modifications/repairs experienced a decline in falls and thus fall-related costs. Interventions in 35 homes were associated with significant reductions in falls from baseline to 6 months postintervention (from 94% to 9%; P < .001) and falls with calls for assistance (from 23% to 3%; P < .02). The decline in falls with calls for assistance in the intervention group was significant when adjusted for a compari...

A home-based exercise program focused on proprioception to reduce falls in frail and pre-frail community-dwelling older adults.

Frailty and falls are closely associated with each other as well as with disability, hospitalization, and death. Exercise can reduce these risks in both robust and frail older people. This before-after, non-randomized intervention study assessed a one-year proprioception training program with individual daily home exercises in 564 community-dwelling people aged 70 years and over, with different frailty phenotypes. After the exercise program, we observed a moderate reduction in the mean number of falls, fear...

Malnutrition risk and hospital-acquired falls in older adults: A cross-sectional, multicenter study.

To assess the relationship of malnutrition risk and in-hospital falls in a patient group of older hospitalized patients (65-79 and ≥80 years).

Clinically unnecessary and avoidable emergency health service use for epilepsy: A survey of what English services are doing to reduce it.

Epilepsy is associated with costly unplanned health service use. The UK's National Audits of Seizure Management in Hospital found use was often clinically unnecessary, avoidable and typically led to little benefit for epilepsy management. We systematically identified how services have responded to reduce such use.

'We don't see because we don't ask': Qualitative exploration of service users' and health professionals' views regarding a psychosocial intervention targeting pregnant women experiencing domestic and family violence.

Given the relative recency of Domestic and Family Violence (DFV) management as a field of endeavour, it is not surprising that interventions for addressing DFV is still in its infancy in developing countries. In order to maximise the success of an intervention, it is important to know which aspects of the intervention are considered important and helpful by service providers and service users. This study, therefore, examined the acceptability of an antenatal-based psychosocial intervention targeting DFV in ...

A service evaluation of specialist nurse telephone follow-up of bowel cancer patients after surgery.

the has called for a reduction in the number of outpatient appointments to reduce pressure on hospital services and increase ease of access for patients. This article presents a service evaluation of an innovative, nurse-led telephone follow-up service for a group of elective bowel cancer patients following surgery.

Association of Clinical Frailty Scores With Hospital Readmission for Falls After Index Admission for Trauma-Related Injury.

Falls have been associated with morbidity and mortality in elderly patients. Assessment of frailty at hospital admission may help health care professionals evaluate fall risk in patients with trauma-related injury.

Family Centered Care (FCC) in Early Intervention (EI): Examining Caregiver Perceptions of FCC and EI Service Use Intensity.

Family Centered Care (FCC) is an approach to pediatric rehabilitation service delivery endorsing shared decision-making and effective communication with families. There is great need to understand how early intervention (EI) programs implement these processes, how EI caregivers perceive them, and how they relate to EI service use. Therefore, the purpose of this study is to examine 1) parent- and provider-perceptions about EI FCC processes and 2) the association between FCC perceptions and EI service intensi...

Ensuring Organization-Intervention Fit for a Participatory Organizational Intervention to Improve Food Service Workers' Health and Wellbeing: Workplace Organizational Health Study.

Food-service workers' health and wellbeing is impacted by their jobs and work environments. Formative research methods were used to explore working conditions impacting workers' health to inform intervention planning and implementation and to enhance the intervention's 'fit' to the organization.

Home phototherapy: experience of setting up a new service in the U.K.'s National Health Service.

Home phototherapy was first reported for patients with psoriasis in a 1979 . A randomized controlled study in 2009 (PLUTO) comparing home with hospital based phototherapy for psoriasis showed home phototherapy to be a safe, effective and cost effective method of treatment delivery. Despite this, the uptake of home phototherapy in the UK has been very poor. Until now, Ninewells Hospital in Dundee is the only UK centre to offer a National Health Service (NHS) home phototherapy service .

Monitoring the Use of Telemonitor: A Resident-run Quality Improvement Initiative Decreases Inappropriate Use of Telemonitor in a Community Hospital.

Background Cardiac telemetry is an important tool to detect life-threatening conditions in hospitalized patients but is used widely and inappropriately. We sought to assess current usage and improve the appropriate use of telemetry in a community hospital. Methods We conducted a quality improvement project on patients who were admitted on telemetry floors between January and March 2017 (pre-intervention). The indication(s) and duration of telemonitor use, event(s) recorded on telemonitor and outcome of the ...

The impact of Hospital Elder Life Program interventions, on 30-day readmission Rates of older hospitalized patients.

This study investigated the impact of the Hospital Elder Life Program (HELP), a geriatric intervention program targeted at reducing delirium, on readmission rates. Secondary goals were to review HELP's impact on average length of stay (ALOS), discharge to the home, and falls.

Automated delineation of hospital service areas as a new tool for health care planning.

To develop an automated, reproducible method for delineating hospital service areas (HSAs).

Performance obligations to improve delivery of hospital-initiated smoking cessation interventions: A before-and-after evaluation.

This study evaluated whether introducing performance obligations (a policy intervention) to service agreements between hospitals (n=15) and their local health authority: 1) improved provision of an evidence-based tobacco cessation intervention (the "Ottawa Model" for Smoking Cessation); and, 2) changed the quality of the cessation intervention being delivered.

No stone unturned: Nodule Net, an intervention to reduce loss to follow-up of lung nodules.

Inadequate lung nodule surveillance leads to diagnostic delays. We implemented a retrospective intervention program, Nodule Net, to improve surveillance in our hospital.

Early intervention service intensity and change in children's functional capabilities.

To estimate correlates of early intervention (EI) service dosage and gains in children's functional capabilities from EI entry and discharge.

Characteristics of falls and recurrent falls in residents of an aging in place community: A case-control study.

Falls and fall-related injuries remain an ongoing and serious health problem in older adults. Many clinical and environmental factors have been implicated in falls and recurrent falls, including sleep disturbances, sensory deficits, balance problems, incontinence, comorbid conditions, and certain categories of medications. We undertook this study to determine if there was an association between these factors and falls or recurrent falls in older adult residents of an aging in place community.

Does Lower Lean Body Mass Mediate the Relationship Between Falls and Higher Body Mass Index in Asian Older Persons?

The current evidence on the relationship between a higher body mass index (BMI) and falls in older adults is conflicting. This study, therefore, evaluated the relationship between BMI and falls and explored underlying mechanisms for this relationship. Data from 1,340 individuals from the Malaysian Elders Longitudinal Research study, obtained through home-based computer-assisted interviews and followed by hospital-based health checks, were utilized. A history of the presence of falls in the previous 12 month...

Initiating Telephone Follow Up After Hospital Discharge From an Inpatient Psychiatric Setting to Reduce Recidivism.

The purpose of the current evidence-based practice (EBP) project was to reduce recidivism in patients with depression after acute psychiatric hospital discharge through implementation of telephone follow up. Eight patients (intervention group) were called within 72 hours of discharge to reinforce discharge instructions and administer the Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9). The results were compared to 16 patients (control group) who were discharged during the same timeframe 1 year prior. The findings fr...

Association Between Current and Future Annual Hospital Percutaneous Coronary Intervention Mortality Rates.

Multiple states publicly report a hospital's risk-adjusted mortality rate for percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) as a quality measure. However, whether reported annual PCI mortality is associated with a hospital's future performance is unclear.

Integrating a gait analysis test in hospital rehabilitation: A service design approach.

Gait analysis with motion capture (MoCap) during rehabilitation can provide objective information to facilitate treatment decision making. However, designing a test to be integrated into healthcare services requires considering multiple design factors. The difficulty of integrating a 'micro-service' (gait test) within a 'macro-service' (healthcare service) has received little attention in the gait analysis literature. It is a challenge that goes beyond the gait analysis case study because service design met...


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