Archived Webinar: SPHM in the COVID – 19 Pandemic -2

Recorded May 28th, 2020 Overview This webinar addresses organizational and clinical SPHM implications in the current COVID – 19 global pandemic. A panel of experts will discuss specific ways to perform patient handling tasks such as pronation and other handling activities, mobility and infectious patient, and communication strategies necessary to keep workers and patients/residents safe […]

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Archived Webinar: SPHM in the COVID – 19 Pandemic -1

Recorded May 14th, 2020 Overview This webinar addresses organizational and clinical SPHM implications in the current COVID – 19 global pandemic. A panel of experts will discuss specific ways to perform patient handling tasks such as pronation and other handling activities, mobility and infectious patient, and communication strategies necessary to keep workers and patients/residents safe […]

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Live Webinar: Mobility in 1 Page

Presented live August 12th, 2020 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview The goal for this project was to engage staff in the importance of mobilizing their patients. We needed to come up with something easy on they eyes, one page, and easy to understand for all clinical and non-clinical staff to understand. We gathered […]

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Archived Webinar: Bringing Life to a System-wide Early Mobility Clinical Practice: Concept to Implementation Through Intradisciplinary Partnerships

Presented live May 13th, 2020 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview This presentation will demonstrate how to build and support a system wide implementation to improve the safe early mobility clinical practice on every level. First, we must define the vision of an engaged and sustained early mobility program and then recognize barriers and […]

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Archived Webinar: The Effects of an Automatic Patient Repositioner (APR) on an OB Unit

Presented live April 8th, 2020 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview This presentation ties patient and staff improved outcomes related to the use of an Automatic Patient Repositioner (APR). Very little research has been done on Safe Patient Handling in the Obstetric world. Repositioning upward in bed is the number one injury to staff […]

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Archived Webinar: Multidisciplinary Safe Patient Mobility – Interactive Webinar to Enhance Patient Outcomes

Presented live December 11th, 2019 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview This session will use video case studies to educate attendees about how to maximize patient mobility with an interdisciplinary team including PT, OT and Nursing. SPHM technology allows us to improve mobility that will enhance patient outcomes and reduce employee injury risk. This […]

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2020 ASPHP National SPHM Education Event

SPHM…Basics and Beyond March 2 – 5, 2020, Town and Country, San Diego, CA SAVE THE DATE! Conference Official Site Event Agenda  ASPHP is hosting our first all-new National SPHM Education Event in San Diego, CA. This event offers you diverse SPHM learning experiences, such as: occupational safety in labor and delivery, critical care, surgery […]

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Archived Webinar: The Importance of Achieving Competence in SPHM Education and Training

Presented live August 14, 2019 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview One of the key components to ensuring that a SPHM program is successful is competence; but what does this mean in relation to SPHM education and training? Having staff that are well-versed in the basic functions of SPHM technology does not equate to […]

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Archived Webinar: With The Right Sling, You Can Do Anything!

Presented live June 12, 2019 2 pm – 3 pm Eastern Overview Slings are an essential component of any successful SPHM program and reusable slings are better for the environment. Reusable slings provide more options and significantly enhance the SPHM program by providing multiple applications for improving patient outcomes. Most SPHM champions are unaware of […]

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ASPHP Live Webinar

Peripheral Neuropathy and Steroid Myopathy: how can we prevent falls? Presented Live: July 8th, 2020 Despite prevention strategies, patient falls continue to have an impact on the healthcare system. The Joint Commission Standard IPSG.6 and IPSG.6.1 require hospitals to reduce the risk of falls for inpatient and outpatient settings. This presentation focuses on two conditions […]

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