The International Journal of SPHM Highlights Endoscopy Nurse Injuries

Posted by Larissa Biggers on February 01, 2019

An article in the latest issue of The International Journal of SPHM (Safe Patient Handling and Mobility) investigates a significant but rarely publicized problem—musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) among endoscopy nurses and technicians. “Endoscopy Staff Injury: A Serious Problem Hiding in Plain Sight” provides specifics on the extent, nature, and root causes of endoscopy staff MSDs and includes data compiled from various studies.

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Topics: patient experience, healthcare costs, patient, ColoWrap, nurse injury, abdominal pressure colonoscopy, looping in colonoscopy, safe patient handling, VA SPHM, nursing, endocopy, SGNA

Safe Patient Handling: There's an App for That

Posted by Larissa Biggers on July 06, 2018

Preventing staff injury and ensuring patient safety are paramount to healthcare system success and positive patient outcomes. But in the moment (i.e., when face-to-face with a patient who needs assistance) determining if and how to handle a patient can be challenging.

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Topics: SPHM app, safe patient handling app, VA SPHM, VA Safe Patient Handling App, safe patient handling

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