Background: Falls are a major public health concern in older adults. Recent fall prevention guidelines recommend the use of multifactorial fall prevention programs (FPPs) that include exercise for community-dwelling older adults; however, the availability of sustainable, community-based FPPs is limited.
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- Der Ananian, Cheryl (Author)
- Mitros, Melanie (Author)
- Buman, Matthew (Author)
- College of Health Solutions (Contributor)
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Ananian, C. A., Mitros, M., & Buman, M. P. (2017). Efficacy of a Student-Led, Community-Based, Multifactorial Fall Prevention Program: Stay in Balance. Frontiers in Public Health, 5. doi:10.3389/fpubh.2017.00030