New eBook presents latest research on fall prevention
Falls and fall-related injuries are major public health concerns around the globe. Dr. Cassandra Frieson, founder and president of the FIPAR Center, recently co-edited an e-book describing a range of integrated approaches to reduce falls and fall-related injuries among the aging population.
The book contains 25 articles that target healthcare providers, policy makers, and community leaders. It is freely available from Frontiers in Public Health.
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Dr. Frieson's current research activities include:
Journal of Perioperative & Critical Intensive Care Nursing
Editorial Board Member
Gerontology & Geriatrics: Research
Frieson CW (2015). Decreasing Fall, Mortality Rates in the Elderly with Multiple Chronic Health Conditions. Gerontol & Geriatr Res. 1(1): 1003.
Frieson CW (2015). Hip Fractures and Recovery Outcomes among Community-Dwelling Elderly. J Perioper Crit Intensive Care Nurs 1:e103.