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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

Cedars-Sinai Safe Patient Handling & Mobility Conference

Live Event


April 29 2019


1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time


Cedars Sinai Advance Health Science Pavilion 127 S. San Vicente Blvd. Suite A1300 ,  Los Angeles, California90048View in Google Maps

CE Credit Hours


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


Nicole Hopewell

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 and the APTA.

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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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