This paper by Allen et al, in Physiotherapy, describes the use of CBE leaders within a falls prevention service. Click here to read.
This article, in Nursing Older People, describes the falls services in Weymouth and Portland and the use of CBE leaders within that service. To view the article, click here.
Physical activity trainers from the four Health and Social Services Boards participated in a pilot of the Leicester College Chair-based Exercise Leadership course (the LLT CBE course). The evaluation that follows is a summary of their feedback from the two day training course, which took place on 11 and 12 June 2002. Participants were assessed…
In 1997, Campbell and colleagues published seminal work on exercise and falls prevention. The exercise programme (OEP) was to become the basis of many future RCTs and formed the home exercise component of the FaME (PSI) trials by Skelton et al. later on. Click here to view this first paper.
Robertson et al have published information on effectiveness and cost of OEP delivered by physiotherapists in this 2001 paper. Click here to view.
Robertson et al describe their controlled trials in multiple centres across New Zealand – OEP delivered by Physiotherapists. Click here to view.
Gardner et al, in 2002, showed that nurses trained in OEP delivery could effectively lead older people in the OEP exercises and reduce falls. Click here to view.
In 2002, Robertson and Campbell published a meta-analysis of all their research trials considering OEP and falls reduction. Click here to view.