Safe Patient Handling Conference: Workplace Safety for Patients and Providers

 
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1. Please type your name so we can appropriately list this on your certificate:
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2. Please enter your email address so we can appropriately route your certificate. This information will be used solely by Kramer School of Nursing, and will not be released for any commercial purposes.
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3. What is your gender?
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4. Please indicate your present age range:
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5. How do you characterize your race or ethnicity?
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6. Do you consider yourself to be Hispanic or Latino(a)?
7. Is your most recent primary residence in an urban or in a rural area?

Urban: a central city or the surrounding densely settled territory that together have a population of 50,000 or more and a population density generally exceeding 1,000 people per square mile.

Rural: an area less densely populated than the above definition
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8. In what ZIP code is your home located? (enter 5-digit ZIP code; for example, 00544 or 94305)
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9. Are you currently a registered nurse (RN)?
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10. Please indicate your highest level of education attained:
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11. Please indicate your current student status:
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12. Regarding the session entitled “Injury Risks with Patient Handling for Healthcare Workers" by Kathleen Nelson, PT, please rank the following statements about the presentation.

The objectives of this session were:
1. Indentify the high risk factor associated with the development of a musculoskeletal disorder.

2. Identify the physiology of low back injuries.

3. Identify the NIOSH documented lifting limits for patient handling tasks.
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The session met stated objective #1.
The session met stated objective #2.
The session met stated objective #3.
The objectives of this presentation are congruent with the purpose of this conference.
The presenter was knowledgeable about the subject.
Teaching strategies used in this presentation were effective.
This presentation was presented free of bias and commercial interference.
My practice as a nurse has been enhanced by this presentation.
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13. Regarding the session entitled “Implementing Safe Patient Handling in Nursing Education" by Lynne Shores, PhD, RN, please rank the following statements about the presentation.

The objectives of this session were:
1. Identify a process for reviewing equipment for purchase/use in their facilities (school or practice setting).

2. Identify the need for purchase of initial equipment and to plan in advance for additional SPHM equipment as budget allows.

3. Explain the need for educational preparation of new users of lift equipment, as well as follow-up educational offerings to support SPHM initiatives.

4. Recognize the need to teach nursing students safe patient handling instead of just body mechanics.

5. Identify a way to provide for delivery of didactic content and lab experience/practice with appropriate equipment in teaching settings for students.
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The session met stated objective #1.
The session met stated objective #2.
The session met stated objective #3.
The session met stated objective #4.
The session met stated objective #5.
The objectives of this presentation are congruent with the purpose of this conference.
The presenter was knowledgeable about the subject.
Teaching strategies used in this presentation were effective.
This presentation was presented free of bias and commercial interference.
My practice as a nurse has been enhanced by this presentation.
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14. Regarding the session entitled “Yes – Safe Patient Handling Programs Do Work. Changing Working Practices: Changing Working Lives" by Carys Price, MSPT, MS, CEAS, please rank the following statements about the presentation.

The objectives of this session were:
1. Apply workshop information to identify appropriate equipment for specific tasks and situations.

2. Apply workshop information to identify components necessary to initiate an SPH educational program.

3. Apply workshop information to identify strategies when implementing or modifying a Safe Patient Handling Program in a facility.
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The session met stated objective #1.
The session met stated objective #2.
The session met stated objective #3.
The objectives of this presentation are congruent with the purpose of this conference.
The presenter was knowledgeable about the subject.
Teaching strategies used in this presentation were effective.
This presentation was presented free of bias and commercial interference.
My practice as a nurse has been enhanced by this presentation.
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15. Regarding the session entitled "Positive Return on Investment – Safe Patient Handling is a ‘Win-Win’ for Health Care Organizations" by Phyllis Dorrough, MA, RNP, CPHQ, please rank the following statements about the presentation.

The objectives of this session were:
1. Discuss rationale and potential outcomes for health care organizations’ financial investment in a safe patient handling and moving program.

2. Assess efficacious technological solutions for safe patient handling and moving.
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The session met stated objective #1.
The session met stated objective #2.
The objectives of this presentation are congruent with the purpose of this conference.
The presenter was knowledgeable about the subject.
Teaching strategies used in this presentation were effective.
This presentation was presented free of bias and commercial interference.
My practice as a nurse has been enhanced by this presentation.
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16. Concerning your experience today, please rate the following statement.
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Facilities for this conference were adequate.
17. Please feel free to provide comments regarding today's conference or suggestions for future conferences.
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