evidence based research information is intended to help reduce falls in the

Evidence based research information is intended to

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evidence-based research information is intended to help reduce falls in the aging population by producing behavioral and environmental change and empowering those caring for the geriatric patient with protocols and tools that can prevent injury resulting in improved morbidity and mortality and ultimately a better quality of life.
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