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Is it possible to develop a complex intervention to improve the outcome of fall-related injuries in people with dementia? (DIFRID)

Project title: Is it possible to develop a complex intervention to improve the outcome of fall-related injuries in people with dementia? (DIFRID)

Call to action: 13/78 13/78 Improving outcome of fall-related injuries for people with dementia

Research type: Primary Research

Chief investigator: Professor Louise AllanORCID logo

Lead Author: Professor Louise AllanORCID logo

Contractor: University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Cost: £472,808.84

Co-investigators: Dr Ian Steen, Dr Jim ConnollyORCID logo, Dr Lynne CornerORCID logo, Dr Robert Barber, Dr Steve ParryORCID logo, Mr Paul Younger, Ms Claire BamfordORCID logo, Ms Tara HomerORCID logo, Professor Christopher FoxORCID logo, Professor Louise RobinsonORCID logo, Professor Lynn RochesterORCID logo.

Started: June 2015 | Status: Published October 2019

ISRCTN: 41760734 | PROSPERO registration: CRD42016029565

This study suggested that the intervention was both feasible and acceptable to people with dementia and their carers but further research is needed to refine it for a full trial.

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