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Structure: • Was a clear education and training programme available? • Were guidelines for clinical care evident? • Was there a failure with leadership? Processes: • What processes were in place? Risk management? Leadership development? Implementation of education and training and the recording of ‘near misses’ and adverse events? Outcome: • How did the above impact on the outcome? For example, CQI, patient satisfaction and improved communication and collaboration and reduced number of ‘near misses’?
9/1000 hospital days. Altered mental state, previous fall history and poor mobility had the strongest association to falls. Psychological impact of a fall Collerton et al. 9%) and a worry about falling again (42%). All of the above were reported more by women than men. Quality: the key issues 37 Financial impact of falls in the elderly Life expectancy, in the USA, has increased from 75 years in 1990 to 79 years in 2009, and it has been estimated that the number of people over 65 will double by 2050 (Boye et al.
2013). During 2000, falls accounted for close to 750,000 admissions and 45% of all inpatient injury related admissions. Fractures were the most common diagnosis, with 314,006 hip fractures. 2 billion for fatal injuries. Collerton et al. (2012) focused their study on the over 85s, the fastest growing age group in the UK. 6% had a fracture. 9% were admitted more than once for the same incident. Patients living in a care home were more likely to fracture and require hospital admission than those living in their own homes.