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The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial

The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Emma K Stanmore, Alexandra Mavroeidi, Lex D de Jong, Dawn A Skelton, Chris J Sutton, Valerio Benedetto, Luke A Munford, Wytske Meekes, Vicky Bell, Chris Todd The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial 2019


Project Status Completed
Full Reference (text) Stanmore EK, Mavroeidi A, de Jong LD, et al. The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial. BMC Med 2019;17(1):49. doi: 10.1186/s12916-019-1278-9 [published Online First: 20190228]
Full Reference (URL) https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/30813926/
Publication Title The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Author(s) Emma K Stanmore, Alexandra Mavroeidi, Lex D de Jong, Dawn A Skelton, Chris J Sutton, Valerio Benedetto, Luke A Munford, Wytske Meekes, Vicky Bell, Chris Todd
Publication Details The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of strength and balance Exergames to reduce falls risk for people aged 55 years and older in UK assisted living facilities: a multi-centre, cluster randomised controlled trial
Publication Year / End of Project 2019
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