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Implications for nursing practice and research
▪ A music-based multitask exercise programme can improve gait, balance and risk of falling among community living older adults.
▪ A music-based exercise programme may be effective in encouraging adherence to an exercise intervention.
▪ Adding music to a multitask exercise programme does not interfere with programme efficacy.
Falls are a major health concern among older adults, with an estimated one-third of older adults experiencing at least one fall annually.1 With an ageing population, the cost of falls to society and the healthcare system sets to pose an increasing problem. Walking, particularly accompanied by one or more motor or cognitive tasks, has been implicated as a major …
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