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Falls Management Exercise implementation toolkit

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NIHR CLAHRC. East Midlands, NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH RESEARCH

Publisher(s):

NIHR Applied Research Collaboration East Midlands

Publication year:

2020

This toolkit provides a suite of resources that commissioners can use to plan, implement and monitor the Falls Management Exercise (FaME) programme. FaME is an evidence-based tailored strength and balance exercise programme that has been shown to reduce the rate of falls, increase physical activity levels and improve wellbeing. The toolkit is an output of the PhISICAL study (Physical activity Implementation Study In Community-dwelling AduLts). Sections of the toolkit cover: Building the case for implementing FaME which includes evidence summaries for commissioners, a costing tool, a business case and real life case studies from FaME class participants; Planning the implementation of FaME, which includes an implementation Gantt chart, a service specification, example delivery models, videos, logic model and key learning from the PhISICAL study; Implementing the programme, which includes sample promotional materials and templates; and Monitoring, evaluation and quality improvement, which provides quality assurance guidance and suggested monitoring tools and schedule. (Edited publisher abstract)


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