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Community of Practice

Our Community of Practice connects you with others who share your passion for fall prevention.

We inform, share ideas and support each other to improve the implementation of evidence-informed fall prevention practices.

We are the voice for fall prevention locally, provincially and nationally.

Together, we can create supportive communities where older adults enjoy independence and health through the prevention of falls.


Why join loop?

Loop connects you with over 1000 Community of Practice members. These are your peers and experts in fall prevention. Find out who our members are and how they use Loop in our Annual Report.



Find an expert, mentor or collaborator. Search members by area of expertise, location or name.

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Harness the knowledge of over 2000 members to find an answer to your fall prevention question quickly and efficiently.

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Collaboration tools and private groups make working together online easy. Bring your network, committee or project team to Loop today.

Build your profile on Loop and start interacting with our community. Loop is a place to problem solve together and discuss what we actually do with research evidence. There is so much to gain and to give. Why work alone?

What members are saying

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The Information Specialist went above and beyond helping me find literature related to fall prevention and good oral health care. She also sent me the most up-to-date clinical fall risk assessment tools for primary care practitioners. It is a comfort to know that when you need evidence to back up what you are doing that the CoP is there to help.”

Sarah O. | Public Health Nurse