Regulation 28: Report to prevent future deaths: Graham Jones – Courts and Tribunal Judiciary

Date of report: 18 April 2019 Ref: 2019-0131 Deceased name: Graham Jones Coroners name: Katy Skerrett Coroners Area: Gloucestershire Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent to: Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust Matters

Regulation 28: Report to prevent future deaths: Roger Neaves – Courts and Tribunal Judiciary

Date of report: 18 April 2019 Deceased name: Roger Neaves Coroners name: Ian Arrow Coroners Area: Plymouth Torbay and South Devon Category: Hospital Death (Clinical Procedures and medical management) related deaths This report is being sent to: Derriford Hospital Trust

Reducing unintentional injuries in and around the home among children under five years – Public Health England

This document sets out three action areas for local authorities and their partners that aim to reduce the numbers of children injured and killed. It also describes four steps local partnerships can take to build robust injury prevention strategies. This

Raising the bar on strength and balance: The importance of community-based provision – Centre for Aging Better

Report that presents the models of delivery, issues, barriers and innovative solutions of community-based strength and balance programmes. Falls are not an inevitable part of ageing and can be prevented. Although there are some NHS rehabilitation services that provide strength

Falls in older people: A review of evidence for prevention from the UK focal point for violence and injury prevention – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

Review of evidence for prevention of Falls in older people from the UK focal point for violence and injury prevention, it considers evidence in terms of: In the community Exercise programmes Encouraging safety behaviours Medical interventions Multi-strategy interventions In residential care

Falls in Lancashire: An Analysis of Emergency Department and Ambulance Data (October 2012 to September 2013) – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

This is the second in the series of pan-Lancashire Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG) themed reports for 2013/14. The report provides an indication of the burden of falls on health services and residents of Lancashire over a twelve-month period,

Falls in older people in Greater Manchester (2011/12 to 2012/13) – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

On behalf of the Trauma and Injury Intelligence Group (TIIG), this report provides an analysis of fall attendances made by older people to Accident and Emergency Departments (AEDs) across Merseyside and Cheshire, reporting on patient demography and incident levels between

TIIG Cumbria Themed Report: Injuries in Older People across Cumbria April 2011 to March 2014 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. It is forecast that by 2033, 38% of the population in Cumbria will be aged 60 years or more, compared to the average in England

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – Liverpool: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – Cheshire West and Chester: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – Halton: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – Knowsley: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – St Helens: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

Merseyside and Cheshire Local Authority Profile – Warrington: Injuries in Older People April 2012 to March 2015 – Liverpool John Moores University Centre for Public Health

There are more people aged 65 years or older in the UK than ever before. Ageing populations, primarily due to increasing life-expectancy, are a success of the developed world but despite this success, ageing populations create various challenges, particularly in

The Public Health contribution to capacity planning and demand management in Cheshire and Merseyside, Phase 3: Preventing falls in older people: (Observatory Report Series Number 55) – Liverpool University Public Health Observatory

Following a search of the literature of public health interventions that can be provided by the NHS to reduce hospital admissions (see Report No. 53), this report attempts to quantify the impact on hospital activity in Cheshire and Merseyside by