Title: Technology-assisted implementation of FaME falls prevention programme among community-dwelling older adults
Falls Management Exercise (FaME) is an evidence-based falls prevention programme normally delivered face-to-face.
This project will investigate how/if FaME can be delivered digitally alongside a more extensive rollout of the programme, and what factors act as barriers/facilitators, based on the lived experience of older people garnered through PPIE.
This project will complement ongoing work assessing implementation of the FaME programme in Greater Manchester.
September 2022 - July 2026
The Dunhill Medical Trust, NIHR, University of Manchester PhD Studentship
The University of Manchester
Healthy and Active Ageing
- MSc Advanced Professional Development
- Faculty of Health and Wellbeing. Sheffield Hallam University.
- BMSci Nursing Studies
- School of Nursing and Midwifery. The University of Sheffield.
- Registered Nurse Training
- School of Nursing and Midwifery. The University of Sheffield
- Research Sister. Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology.
- Learning and Development Facilitator. Learner and Educator Support Team.
- Specialist Nurse Practitioner. Operating Services, Critical Care and Anaesthesia
- Registered Nurse (Adult) MSK/Orthopaedics.
- All posts held at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.