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Falls, fractures, frailty, osteoporosis Getting it right for every person
11th May 2017, Perth Concert Hall PROGRAMME
Fizz Thompson, Clinical and Operations Director, National Osteoporosis Society
Getting it right for every person
Setting the Scene
Dr Graeme Ellis, Clinical Lead,
Living Well in Communities
What matters to you?
A personal outcomes approach to health and social care
Preventing falls and fractures: what works?
Update on Evidence from Research
Professor Dawn Skelton, Professor in Ageing and Health, Glasgow Caledonian University
Dr Stephen Gallacher, Consultant Endocrinologist,
Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow
Dr Sarah Mitchell, Director, Active and Independent Living Improvement Programme
The ADL LifeCurve and malleable ageing: the role of guided self-management in reducing falls
Professor Peter Gore,
Professor of Practice in Ageing and Vitality,
Newcastle University Institute for Ageing
Why am I falling Doctor?
Medical causes of falls explained
Dr Damien Reid,
Consultant Physician in Geriatric Medicine, NHS Lanarkshire
Eating well: what’s important for falls, frailty and healthy bones?
Dr Alexandra Mavroeidi, Senior Researcher, School of Health and Life Sciences | Institute for Applied Health Research, Glasgow Caledonian University
Pillars for success
Falls prevention and management in the care sector
Edith Macintosh, Rehabilitation Consultant, Care Inspectorate
1. A Focus on Dementia
Falls, fractures and dementia
Lead: Lynn Flannigan, National Clinical Lead AHP, Focus On Dementia
2. Living Well with Falls and Frailty
Lead: Lianne McInally, Improvement Advisor, Living Well in Communities
3. Hands up if you’re at risk?
Understanding osteoporosis risk factors
Lead: Kirstie Stenhouse, Fracture Liaison Practitioner, NHS Forth Valley
4. Have you been MOT’ed?
Falls, bone health and physical activity
Lead: Dawn Skelton, Professor in Ageing and Health, Glasgow Caledonian University
5. Falls, frailty and Technology Enabled Care
Lead: Sue Scotland, Service Development Manager, Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare
Scotland’s Got Talent!
Donald McCaskill, Chief Executive, Scottish Care
Up and About in Ayrshire & Arran Falls prevention and management in the community setting
Community Falls Co-ordinator, NHS Ayrshire & Arran
Fracture Liaison Services
Effective secondary prevention of fragility fractures
Lead Osteoporosis Nurse Specialist, Glasgow Royal Infirmary
Falls prevention and management in hospital
On the road to better bones
Addressing inequalities in access to fracture prevention services
Rosemary Hollick Clinical Research Fellow,
Osteoporosis, University of Aberdeen
Reducing falls in Forefaulds
Falls prevention and management in care homes
Julie Harness, Manager, Forefaulds, Lanarkshire
Hip and Happening
Scottish Standards of Care for People with Hip Fractures
MSK & Orthopaedic Quality Drive, Scottish Government
How do YOU get it right for every person?
Ann Murray, Programme Manager,
National Falls Programme
Lianne McInally, Improvement Advisor, Living Well in Communities
Jacqui Lunday Johnstone
Chief Health Professions Officer, Scottish Government
Your generosity will help us end the pain and suffering caused by osteoporosis.