We selected some of our favourite Canadian websites that we believe will support you to improve the implementation of evidence-informed fall prevention practices. We will continue to update, so please come back regularly!
Fall Prevention Community of Practice LOOP: Community of practice that connects you with others who share your passion for fall prevention. The online community supports each other to improve the implementation of evidence-informed fall prevention practices. Loop connects you with over 2000 Community of Practice members.
Fall Related Evidence
Public Health Agency of Canada, Seniors’ Falls in Canada: Second Report (2014): This report provides policy makers, researchers, community programmers and practitioners with current national information to prevent falls among seniors.
Prevention Falls-From Evidence to Improvement: A collaborative project among Accreditation Canada, the Canadian for Health Information, and the Canadian Patient Safety Institute for Health information outlining the burden of falls on Canadians and the Health system, how Canadian health care organizations are professing with falls prevention program, which populations are at the greatest risk of falls and what tools are available to support organizations.
Winnipeg Regional Health Authority, Winnipeg Health Region Injury Report 2000-2010: Describes trends in fall-related hospitalizations and deaths by time, age, gender, geography, and by income quintile.