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Rapid Fire Team Presentation Template. Nancy Fletcher, Suzanne Vanderlip and Kelly Stajer. Markham Stouffville Hospital Markham, Ontario. Number of Patients/Clients: 200. AIM.

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Rapid Fire Team Presentation Template

Nancy Fletcher, Suzanne Vanderlip and Kelly Stajer

Markham Stouffville Hospital

Markham, Ontario

Number of Patients/Clients: 200


“To learn and integrate strategies of sustainability into our organization’s falls improvement plans to ensure we increase the likelihood of sustaining practice change for prevention of falls and injury reduction while holding the gains over time. We will be active participants in data submission to SHN Falls Intervention and network with other enrolled teams in the National Falls Facilitated Learning Series (FFLS)”

Type I Fall

Unwitnessed, witnessed with head injury, bleeding risk

Q15mins x4

Q1h x4

Q4h x8

Then as ordered

Type II Fall

Witnessed without head injury, no bleeding risk

Q30mins x4

Q1h x4

Then as ordered

Change Ideas tested to date





Change Ideas tested to date





Lessons Learned on Sustaining Falls Improvement Work during Action Period

  • Include all members of the team

    • Ensure senior team involved

    • Include clinical and non clinical staff

    • Include MDs and volunteers

    • Engage front line champions

  • Regular auditing with feedback

  • Share stories & learn from each other

Challenges to Sustaining Falls Improvement Action Period

  • Ongoing education on falls prevention

  • Continue to use the NEAT acronym but incorporate into daily work

  • Include patient/family in prevention strategies

  • Work on ways to communicate falls risks

Remember to Action Period

“Focus on Falls”

Contact Information Action Period