Engaging home health care providers in a fall prevention best practice initiative.

@article{Shaw2013EngagingHH,
  title={Engaging home health care providers in a fall prevention best practice initiative.},
  author={Jay L. Shaw and Katharina Sidhu and Colleen Kearney and Mary Keeber and Sandra Mckay},
  journal={Home health care services quarterly},
  year={2013},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={
          1-16
        }
}
This article reports key findings regarding the engagement of home health care providers in the implementation of a fall prevention best practice initiative. Participants were 29 home health care providers from physiotherapy, occupational therapy, and nursing. Each participant completed a self-efficacy for evidence-based practice survey, and a smaller subgroup of volunteers participated in focus groups for each discipline individually. Findings suggest home health care providers value the… CONTINUE READING
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