A cost-benefit analysis of three older adult fall prevention interventions

Source: Journal of Safety Research, 2015, Vol 52 p. 62-70

Follow this link for the abstract

Date of publication: February 2015

Publication type: Journal article

In a nutshell: About a third of people aged 65 and over falls every year, and 20-30% of these suffer injury as a result. This cost-benefit analysis aimed to identify community-based falls interventions that were feasible, effective and provided a positive return on investment. All three interventions investigated were found to provide net benefit, not only covering implementation costs but also exceeding the expected direct program delivery costs.

Length of publication: 5 pages

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