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Low specificity and high false-positive rates limit the usefulness of the STRATIFY tool and clinical judgement in predicting falls in older patients in an acute hospital setting
  1. Correspondence to Frances Healey
    National Patient Safety Agency, 4–8 Maple Street, London W1T 5HD, UK; frances.healey{at}npsa.nhs.uk
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Healey F
Low specificity and high false-positive rates limit the usefulness of the STRATIFY tool and clinical judgement in predicting falls in older patients in an acute hospital setting

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  • Published in print 1 April 2010.
  • Published online 1 May 2010.

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