International implementation study of StandingTall
An international alliance lays the groundwork for the widespread implementation of StandingTall. This study targets a major need for older people for whom falls are a real risk that can have debilitating impacts on quality of life. It has been developed with major input from all partners and constitutes a valuable, collaborative partnership between researchers, experts in health promotion, health care providers and policy makers. Our partners for this project are the NSW Office of Preventive Health, Ministry of Health; the Clinical Excellence Commission; and the Agency for Clinical Innovation; two NSW Local Health Districts; i.e. Northern NSW and mid-North Coast; Austin Health, Uniting and the Northern Health Science Alliance in the United Kingdom. PLEASE NOTE: recruitment has finished for Australia.
The study aims to accelerate the implementation of StandingTall. It will address the final steps needed to scale up this innovative technology for widespread use by older people across Australia and England with prospects for further international translation. The overall aim of this international project is to establish integrated processes and pathways to deliver StandingTall to older people and to provide ongoing support as required. The project provides scope for further broad scale implementation and a model for incorporating StandingTall into existing health services and routine care.
For more information:
If in the UK, email: StandingTaller@manchester.ac.uk
If in Australia, please be aware that recruitment has finished for all Australian sites. If you are already participating and need to contact us, please phone: 02 9399 1113 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.