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Lecture Overview

This lecture follows on from Diana Clayton's lecture, Falls in the Home. Libby Tiller gives an engaging presentation on falls risks in the community and the management techniques we can provide to prevent them.


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Libby Tiller

Libby Tiller is Senior Occupational Therapist with the Community Falls Prevention Team, Peninsula Health. She has worked for 12 years providing home-based falls assessments and participating in multidisciplinary case conferences at falls clinics, as well as providing leadership within the team. Her role also includes raising awareness of falls prevention with Peninsula Health inpatient and community-based staff through education sessions and newsletters. In addition, she delivers falls education to community groups and other community- based service providers on the Mornington Peninsula. See Educator Profile


20 Total Rating(s)
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Gary Macreadie
28 Jan 2020

Good lecture with geed reinforcement of existing knowledge and reinforcement of the importance of education

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Michael Howard
21 Jan 2020

Very informative and thought provoking.

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Jean Callanan
27 Dec 2019

This was very informative on the causes and management of falls of ageing patients which was great and increased my knowledge of preventative measures.

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bronwyn ann beecroft
27 Dec 2019

I.enjoyed the holistic approach to a very common problem

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Jennifer Hudson
15 Nov 2019

Good lecture, well presented.

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Gladys Chelangat
07 Nov 2019

Great information

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Geraldine Savage
20 Oct 2019

I enjoyed listening to the talk as most of the factors which affect the older person in the community were addressed. Instead of just focusing on one risk factor for falls, the presenter gave a very concise look at numerous potential threats, eg deteriorating eyesight and hearing, medication and alcohol interactions, frailty, being stubborn, to name a few. The speaker encouraged the listener to take a wholistic view of the client and their environment.

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Dianne Zanotto
18 Oct 2019

The educator explained all the facets of falls with the aged.

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Wendy Joan Williams
16 Oct 2019

Reinforcement of current knowledge

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kate D'Arney
11 Oct 2019

The course was good especially for community nurses or paramedics.