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Statistics webinar now online!

You can now view the recording from the webinar “Estimating the effect of treatment on people who comply with allocated treatment in randomised controlled trial using CACE (Complier Average Causal Effect)” here. The webinar was presented on the 25th of September 2019 by the ANZFPS Early Career Researcher Sub-Committee.

Prof Rob Herbert provides a brief background on what it means to be a complier, the complier average causal effect (CACE), assumptions needed to estimate the CACE, and approaches to estimating the CACE. Click here to download a pdf of his slides.

Dr. Nicola Fairhall discusses the practical application of CACE analysis using an example from one of her randomised controlled trials. Click here to download a pdf of her slides.

ANZFPS Seminar

You are invited to attend:

“Exercise for falls prevention: how can we have a greater impact on policy and practice?”

When: 28th of November
Time: 9.00am to 12.00pm AEDT
Where: Kerry Packer Education Centre, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Missenden Road, Camperdown, Sydney.

This seminar is jointly hosted by the Australian and New Zealand Fall Prevention Society and the Institute for Musculoskeletal Health.

There is now strong evidence that exercise prevents falls in community-dwelling older adults. Yet a major evidence-practice gap exists.

This session is aimed at researchers, clinicians and policy makers interested in better implementation of exercise for fall prevention.

Please register at the link or by sending an email to imh.info@sydney.edu.au : https://www.eventbrite.com/e/australia-and-new-zealand-fall-prevention-society-seminar-tickets-77443129485