Webinar – Collecting, analysing and reporting falls related data
Presented by the ANZFPS Early Career Researcher Sub-Committee
Dr Morello introduces how fall outcomes are commonly measured and collected in clinical practice and research. Dr Soh provides practical guidance on how to report and analyse falls data.
Dr Renata Morello is the Director of Research at National Disability Insurance Agency. She is an experienced Health Services Researcher and Physiotherapist with a demonstrated history of working in healthcare organisations and the higher education industry. Her research focusing on falls prevention has included managing the largest falls prevention RCT ever to be published (6-PACK) and the NHMRC-funded multi-centre RCT (RESPOND). She is a strong research and clinical professional with a PhD focused in Health Services Research from Monash University.
Dr Sze-Ee Soh is a senior lecturer and postdoctoral research fellow in the School of Primary and Allied Health Care at Monash University. Sze-Ee is an experienced physiotherapist with an extensive clinical background in delivering physiotherapy services for older adults. She is currently Course Coordinator for the Doctor of Physiotherapy program at Monash University. Her research has spanned the areas of chronic disease, health services, patient-reported outcomes, falls prevention and the psychometric properties of measurement tools. She has a unique set of research skills, with particular expertise in quantitative data analysis and is currently completing a Master in Biostatistics.