Life after falls prevention exercise – experiences of older people taking part in a clinical trial: a phenomenological study View Full Text


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2021-01-31

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Susanne Finnegan, Julie Bruce, Kate Seers

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BackgroundThere is little evidence about the lived experience of older people who have completed a falls prevention exercise programme and their life beyond their intervention.MethodA phenomenological interview study with 23 participants (12 females), mean age 81 years (range 74–93 years), residing in their own homes across England, who had participated in a falls prevention exercise intervention within the Prevention of Falls Injury Trial (PreFIT). The aims were to explore their experiences of: being in a clinical trial involving exercise.exercise once their falls prevention intervention had finished.Interpretative data analysis was informed by van Manen’s (1997) framework for phenomenological data.ResultsAnalysis of interviews about experiences of participating in PreFIT and what happened once the falls intervention ended identified five themes: Happy to help; Exercise behaviours; “It keeps me going”; “It wasn’t a real fall”; and Loss. Participants did not continue their specific exercises after they had completed the intervention. They preferred walking as their main exercise, and none reported preventing falls as a motivator to continue exercising. Participant experiences suggest that they have their own ideas about what constitutes a fall and there is disparity between their interpretation and the definition used by healthcare professionals and researchers.ConclusionDespite good intentions and perceived benefits, on-going participation in falls prevention exercises beyond a structured, supervised intervention was not a priority for these older people. Promoting continuation of falls prevention exercises post-intervention is just as challenging as promoting uptake to and adherence during exercise programmes. More... »

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