FALLS IN THE ELDERLY FALLS IN THE ELDERLY Falls in the Elderly Name Institutional Affiliation ________________ Falls in the Elderly Fall reduction among elderly calls for the constituent and organized approach in order to facilitate transformation and achieve sustainable results. Nevertheless, honest reporting of all fall incidences, conducting an in-depth root cause analysis that involves the interdisciplinary care team as well as the patient’s family in the process of identifying and analyzing trends that may beyond the research compliance level (Kwan, Straus & Holroyd, 2016). Moreover, any intervention mechanism used to need to match with each patient’s risk factors and initiated prior to the occurrence of falls. Educational and research focus on the creation of sustainable change in LTC facilities is needed to create safer environments for our elders. In the current world, researchers have various alternatives in locating existing instruments that can be used in answering their research questions. The most common tool for evaluating falls in elderly is the health and psychological instruments online (HAPI) which can be located in computer databases and literature searches such as journals, books as well as other research publications (Yuste et al., 2017). Despite the various variables being evaluated, for a researcher to make sense out of the collected data, every variable should be measured in a way that its magnitude is clearly identifiable. Therefore, in the event when the HAPI tool is used, there are various measurement approaches that can be utilized in the research. However, the specific strategies chosen depend on the research question, the sample population, the availability of instruments as well as the general feasibility of the research. Four levels of measurement are appropriate when using HAPI tool is nominal which is characteri