Journal article

Evaluation of RESPOND, a patient-centred program to prevent falls in older people presenting to the emergency department with a fall: A randomised controlled trial

Anna Barker, Peter Cameron, Leon Flicker, Glenn Arendts, Caroline Brand, Christopher Etherton-Beer, Andrew Forbes, Terry Haines, Anne-Marie Hill, Peter Hunter, Judy Lowthian, Samuel R Nyman, Julie Redfern, De Villiers Smit, Nicholas Waldron, Eileen Boyle, Ellen MacDonald, Darshini Ayton, Renata Morello, Keith Hill

PLoS Medicine | PUBLIC LIBRARY SCIENCE | Published : 2019

Grants

Awarded by Australian National Health and Medical Research Council's Partnership Projects funding scheme


Awarded by NHMRC Career Development Fellowship


Awarded by NHMRC Career Development Fellowship Level 2


Awarded by Early Career Fellowship - NHMRC


Awarded by National Institute for Health Research Career Development Fellowship


Funding Acknowledgements

This project was funded under the Australian National Health and Medical Research Council's Partnership Projects funding scheme (project number APP1056802), with financial and in-kind contributions from the following partner organisations: Health Strategy and Networks Branch, Strategic System Policy and Planning, Department of Health, WA.; Aged and Continuing Care Directorate, Department of Health, WA; Royal Perth Hospital.; Curtin University.; The University of Western Australia.; The Royal Perth Hospital Medical Research Foundation; Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital (SCGH) Area Rehabilitation and Aged Care Falls Specialist Program; Injury Control Council of Western Australia (ICCWA); The George Institute for Global Health; The Alfred Hospital.; Monash University.; Integrated Care, Victorian Department of Health. (*Note, authors are employees or have affiliations with these partner organisations.) RM, DA, EB, and EM's salaries were supported by this grant. AB was funded by an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship (APP1067236). JR was funded by an NHMRC Career Development Fellowship Level 2 (APP1143538). JL was funded by an Early Career Fellowship funded by the NHMRC (APP1052442). SRN was funded by a National Institute for Health Research Career Development Fellowship (CDF-2015-08-030).