1:00 Welcome and Opening Remarks – Dr. Joel Lanovaz, College of Kinesiology and Dr. Cathy Arnold, School of Rehabilitation Science, University of Saskatchewan
1:10 Importance of Research Improving Capacity to Prevent Fall-Related Injury – Cathy Arnold
1:20 Video: A Successful Collaboration and Emergence of FAST (Cathy Arnold and Melanie Weimer)
1:30 Results of first FAST pilot study – Cathy Arnold
1:40 How to measure Fall Arrest Capacity? Joel Lanovaz
Video: College of Kinesiology Labs, Developing Novel Measures (Joel Lanovaz, Jon Farthing, Glennis and Terry Stirling, Danelle Banman, Justin Pfifko)
1:50 FAST 1 and FAST 2 Study Designs and Results – Cathy Arnold and Joel Lanovaz
Video: What do these results mean for fall prevention? (Jenny Basran)
2:10 Introduction of FAST team members
2:20 Acknowledgement of student trainees and their work (Hayley Legg, Danelle Banman, Justin Pfifko, and others not here today)
2:30 REFRESHMENT BREAK and poster viewing
2:50 Welcome and words from collaborators:
June Gawdun, Executive Director, Saskatoon Council on Aging
Kimberly Willison, Lead for Forever in Motion
Cheryl Lehne, Lead for Staying on Your Feet
3:00 Final Words from Participants and PI
Video: (Janet Barnes, Cathy Arnold, Terry and Glennis Stirling, Neil Collins)
3:10 Break out session.. What’s next – Hearing from you (Café style – choose 2)
Questions to consider:
After hearing what you heard today, what would you like to see related to reducing fall-related injuries for older adults?
· Researchers to examine next?
· Health care system to do?
· Community organizations/groups/public to do?
· What would you do differently?
3:50 De-briefing, Closing remarks Cathy Arnold