Resources for physiotherapists and exercise physiologists to prescribe progressive resistance training for older people living with, or at risk of, frailty.
Page | Clinical resources | Date: 19/07/2022
The Frailty Taskforce focuses on how to improve care for people living with frailty or at high risk of becoming frail. This includes strengthening a more integrated approach to frailty, ageing well and end of life care. The Frailty Taskforce
Page | Date: 11/05/2022
Clinician Connect. Frailty Taskforce. 18 Feb 2022 Reading time approximately. Farewell to Sandeep Gupta. Sandeep Gupta, Frailty Taskforce Co-Chair, has stepped down from the Executive as he is relocating to the United Kingdom. The taskforce
Page | News | Date: 18/02/2022
The Aim of the project. To assess whether the enhancement of ACE services. through the addition of protocol-guided interactive Visual. Telehealth Consultation and clinical decision-making, plus. telephone follow-up, reduces RACF transfers to ED.
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Frailty Taskforce reports, webinars and other resources.
Page | Clinical resources | Date: 04/03/2020
Purpose and method of the prescription of progressive resistance training for people living with frailty project.
Page | Date: 19/07/2022
Frailty has been identified as a complex issue for the health system and the community. In response, the ACI has established a Frailty Taskforce to improve care for older people living with, or at risk of, frailty.
Page | News | Date: 23/02/2021
Led by an Executive team, and supported by a Community of Practice, the Frailty Taskforce focuses on how to improve care for people living with frailty or at high risk of becoming frail.
Page | Date: 14/04/2020
Evidence-based statements about progressive resistance training for people living with frailty intended to dispel common myths.
Page | Clinical resources, Patient resources | Date: 15/08/2022
Dr Kelly Lambert (Program Director – Nutrition & Dietetics, School of Medicine, University of Wollongong) – Nutritional status predicts speed and degree of functional improvement and discharge outcomes in frail rehabilitation patients
Nutritional Status Predicts Speed and Degree of Functional Improvement and Discharge Outcomes in Frail Rehabilitation Patients. Dr Kelly Lambert. Academic Program Director Nutrition & Dietetics. firstname.lastname@example.org. Team: Emily Taylor APD, Steve
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