FRAQFédération de la Relève Agricole du Québec (French: Quebec Federation of Agricultural Polling; Quebec, Canada)
FRAQFixed Resource Allocation with Queue Capability
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The FRAQ was developed by Wiens, Koleba, Jones, and Feeny (2006) to assess the knowledge and perception of risk factors for falling.
Established risk factors for falls included in the FRAQ consisted of impaired neuromuscular function, muscle weakness, impaired balance, vestibular pathophysiology, impaired proprioception, abnormalities of the feet, dementia and impaired cognition, acute illness, advanced age, female gender, stroke, and fear of falling (Cumming, 1998; Grisso et al.
Third, although there is evidence of the construct validity of the FRAQ, further evidence of its measurement properties is still needed.