Reporting of complex interventions in clinical trials: development of a taxonomy to classify and describe fall-prevention interventions

@inproceedings{Lamb2011ReportingOC,
  title={Reporting of complex interventions in clinical trials: development of a taxonomy to classify and describe fall-prevention interventions},
  author={Sarah E Lamb and Clemens Becker and Lesley Diane Gillespie and Jessica L. Smith and Susanne Finnegan and Rachel Augustine Potter and Klaus Pfeiffer},
  booktitle={Trials},
  year={2011}
}
BackgroundInterventions for preventing falls in older people often involve several components, multidisciplinary teams, and implementation in a variety of settings. We have developed a classification system (taxonomy) to describe interventions used to prevent falls in older people, with the aim of improving the design and reporting of clinical trials of fall-prevention interventions, and synthesis of evidence from these trials.MethodsThirty three international experts in falls prevention and… CONTINUE READING

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