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Qualitative Descriptions of Patient Perceptions About Fall Risks, Prevention Strategies and Self-Identity: Analysis of Fall Prevention Motivational Interviewing Conversations (2020)

Kiyoshi‐Teo, H., Northrup‐Snyder, K., Robert Davis, M., Garcia, E., Leatherwood, A., & Izumi, S. (2020). Qualitative descriptions of patient perceptions about fall risks, prevention strategies and self‐identity: Analysis of fall prevention Motivational Interviewing conversations. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 29(21-22), 4281-4288.

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This study used qualitative content analysis from fall prevention motivational interviewing conversations to understand how older adults respond to fall prevention and identify attributes that affect their responses to fall prevention. Three attribut ...

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