4Ms Mobility for Non-Clinician Health System Employees

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Mobility, the ability to move in one’s home and community, is closely related to physical health and quality of life. Impaired mobility is linked to falls, reduced independence, long-term hospitalization, nursing home placement, and death. In this learning course, we provide information about mobility and older adults.

Target Audience

This course is geared towards all non-clinician health system employees who are not engaged in direct clinical care. Once the course is complete, you will have access to a Certificate of Completion.

Learning Objectives

After completing this course, which is geared towards non-clinician health system employees, learners will be able to:

  • Identify the benefits of physical activity
  • Understand the negative effects of impaired mobility and deconditioning
  • Identify fall risk factors

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Mobility Authors and Reviewers


Primary Author
Ravi Kasi, MD


Contributing Author
Laurin Mack, PhD

Kim Dixon, MD
Erin Emery-Tiburcio, PhD, ABPP
Cecilia Hardacker, MSN, RN, CNL
Michelle Newman, MPH



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