• Editorial to accompany Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on hospital episodes for falls and fractures associated with new-onset disability and frailty in England: a national cohort study.
• Trends around falls and fractures in relation to the timing of UK national lockdowns are complex
• More research is needed in this area to inform public health policy for future pandemics
• UK incidence rates for falls admissions steadily increased after covid restrictions eased


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Frith, J. & Skelton, D. 2024, 'The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on falls and fractures, four years on, are we any further forward?', Age and Ageing. https://doi.org/10.1093/ageing/afae110

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