Gifts for Healthcare Staff This Holiday Season

Posted by Larissa Biggers on December 13, 2019

While it should be an everyday occurrence, the holiday season is a perfect time to show your staff how much you care. Some businesses give employees time off to rest and relax, but this is not typically feasible in healthcare. Instead, consider gifts such as a catered lunch, a gift card, or a personalized thank-you note—or choose one or more of the options below.

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Topics: nurse, nursing, VA SPHM, safe patient handling, patient safety, nurse injury, networking, ColoWrap, SPHM, OSHA, healthcare, MSD

What's Your Risk for Workplace Injury?

Posted by Larissa Biggers on October 18, 2019

Have you ever wondered if the physical tasks you perform at work are safe? In healthcare, for instance, overexertion from repetitive manual patient handling is the primary cause of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) for staff. Because daily duties routinely involve heavy manual lifting, pushing, or pulling, healthcare has the highest rate of MSDs among all industries. And different medical specialties come with different dangers. For instance, endoscopy (GI) staff must worry about the risks of applying abdominal pressure during colonoscopy, especially on obese patients.

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Topics: colonoscopy, nurse, endoscopy, nursing, safe patient handling, patient safety, GI nursing, endoscopy nursing, endoscopist, injury endoscopist, nurse injury, endoscope, OSHA, endoscopy tech, Musculoskeletal, MSD

This blog is designed to discuss key topics in colonoscopy. 

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