National Audit of In-Patient Falls (NAIF) and NRLS update webinar

19 Jan
2022

We are excited to confirm the hosts of our next UK Falls Prevention Network webinar.

 

Julie Whitney, Consultant Practitioner at King’s College Hospital, will present on the latest National Audit of In-Patient Falls (NAIF).

Julie Windsor, Patient Safety Clinical Lead, National Patient Safety Team, will present on a National Reporting and Learning System (NRLS) update on injury and safe retrieval from the floor.

 

Title: National Audit of In-Patient Falls (NAIF) and NRLS update webinar
Date: Wednesday, 19 January 2022
Time: 12:00 – 13:00 (GMT)
Duration: 1 hour

 

 

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Our speakers

Dr. Julie Whitney
Consultant Practitioner, Kings College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Julie Whitney is a lecturer in the Academic Department of Physiotherapy at King’s College London and a consultant practitioner at King’s College Hospital. Clinically, she is involved in the assessment of older people presenting to the emergency department as part of the 'frailty pathway'. Her research interests include fall risk assessment, the effects of ageing and associated conditions on mobility, as well as evaluating physical activity and exercise interventions. She teaches on the BSc and MSc physiotherapy courses at King’s College London. She is also the clinical lead for the National Audit of Inpatient Falls and the South London CRN lead for Ageing.

Julie Windsor, MSc RGN
Patient Safety Clinical Lead - Medical Specialties/Older People, National Patient Safety Team, NHS England and NHS Improvement

Julie is a member of the National Patient Safety Advisory Panel and a collaborator on the National Audit of Inpatient Falls (NAIF). She is also a member of the National Falls Prevention Coordination Group and a clinical advisor for both NICE CG 161/QS 86 (falls) and the World Health Organization (WHO) Falls Prevention Technical Package. In addition, Julie is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) reviewer on falls-related studies, and a collaborator/advisor for numerous medium-/large-scale falls-related research studies and QI programmes relating to falls and fracture prevention in care settings.


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