STAND STEADI Videos
The STAND STEADI Video Series highlights how healthcare providers and public health professionals across the country are using elements of STEADI to reduce falls among older adults. Pharmacists, physical therapists, hospitals, and city health departments are just a few of the individuals and organizations working to prevent falls among older adults.
Learn how health care systems and providers can incorporate STEADI into their inpatient clinical practice.
Routine medication review can identify medications that may increase risk of falls.
New resources have been developed by NACCHO for local health departments to create and implement fall prevention programs in their communities.
Emory University adapted STEADI for telemedicine as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Local health departments and emergency responders can work together to effectively implement community fall prevention programs.
Hear about how Oregon Health & Science University streamlined their STEADI-based fall prevention program and how their patients love STEADI.
Mercer University is using CDC’s STEADI to train a multidisciplinary team to screen, assess, and intervene to reduce older adult falls.
See how providers at the University of California, San Francisco are using CDC’s STEADI initiative at hospital discharge to reduce older patient’s fall risk.
See how healthcare providers and public health professionals across the country are using STEADI fall prevention in clinical practice.
Learn how St. Joseph’s Health Geriatric Emergency Department is improving care and preventing falls among older adults.