TeleFFIT Newsletter | Twitter
Stay tuned for the first TeleFFIT newsletter which will appear online with a link also sent to your designated email once the study commences in 2022.
Please feel free to send the research team any interesting stories, facts, updates or other relevant information you may wish to share with fellow participants in the study.
We would also encourage you to share your experiences during the study on our TeleFFIT Twitter page (@TeleFFIT). This is a great way to learn about how others are progressing with the program or share interesting stories or relevant events.
If you haven’t used Twitter before, please contact the research team and we can help get you set up. It is very easy to use and can be very informative.
Seeking accredited exercise physiologists to work on TeleFFIT study
We are seeking accredited exercise physiologists in Melbourne (or surrounding areas) with an interest or expertise in improving musculoskeletal health and function in older people to work on the TeleFFIT exercise and lifestyle self management research study.11 Nov 2021
Deakin University wins MRFF grant for a 4-year Telehealth study to reduce falls and fractures
Researchers from Deakin University’s Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition (IPAN) have secured $1.4 million under the Australian Government’s Medical Research Future Fund to conduct a world-first trial on the role of telehealth as a new model of healthcare delivery to prevent falls and fractures in older adults.30 Jul 2020