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Hill-Rom® Clinical Resource Center

Helping you implement evidence-based programs with connected technologies

Hill-Rom® Clinical Resource Center

Continuing Education

Advancing Mobility

Live Event

Date

August 14 2019

Time

8:30 AM - 12:30 PM Pacific Standard Time

Address

8785 Research Drive,  Irvine, California92618View in Google Maps

CE Credit Hours

2.0

Learning Objectives

Complications of Immobility (1 Credits)

  • Understand the importance of early patient mobility
  • Recognize traditional standards of care for patient mobility
  • Identify current practice patterns
  • Understand institutional costs associated with immobility

An Introduction to Inpatient Fall and Injury Prevention Best Practices (1 Credits)

  • Understand the incidence of inpatient falls and factors that contribute to increased risk of falling
  • Understand the patient, caregiver, and economic implications of hospital falls
  • Recognize the purpose and role of fall risk screening tools, available best practice recommendations, and products for inpatient fall prevention
  • Discuss a population-specific approach to fall and injury prevention and best practices for assessing outcomes of fall prevention initiatives

Instructor

Nicole Hopewell, PT, MS

Nicole Hopewell, PT, MS is a Safe Patient Handling (SPH) Clinical Consultant with Liko/Hill-Rom. Nicole has worked in a variety of clinical settings, including acute care, outpatient rehab, women's health and acute rehab. Prior to joining Hill-Rom, Nicole worked as the Manager of a Physical & Medicine department and the Safe Patient Handling Lead for a Level 2 trauma center and Stroke Center of Excellence in Lafayette, Colorado. Nicole has extensive real-life experience in creating a successful Safe Patient Handling program from the ground up, including equipment selection & justification, education, developing the right culture, as well as in supporting the day-to-day operations of a multi-faceted SPH program in a busy trauma hospital. She is a member of the Association of Safe Patient Handling Professionals. She completed her Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Therapy from New York University and her Master of Science in Health Services Administration from Regis University. 

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LIVE EVENT (NOT a Webinar) 

Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP08052

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