- Safe Patient Handling Tool Kit Faculty Disclosure (PPT)
- AORN Endorsement of HR 2480 (PDF)
- AORN Ergonomic Tools-Implementation Articles (PDF)
- History of Safe Patient Handling and Movement in the Perioperative Setting (PDF)
- Safe Patient Handling Gap Analysis (PDF)
- Gap Analysis Spreadsheet (XLS)
- Safe Patient Handling Pocket Reference Guide (PDF)
- Safe Patient Handling Resources (PDF)
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 1: Oh, My Aching Back!
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 2: Oh, My Aching Neck!
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 3: Save Your Back for Fun!
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 4: Oh, My Aching Shoulder!
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 5: Stop, Plan, and Execute
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 6: Use Lift Equipment
- Safe Patient Handling Poster 7: Help Prevent Slips, Trips, and Falls!
- Safe Patient Handling – Part I (PPT)
- Safe Patient Handling – Part II (PPT)
- Back Pain and Your Brain
- Johns Hopkins Medicine: Early Mobility in the ICU
Contact Hour Evaluation Form
You may earn 1.8 contact hours before December 31, 2015 by completing the online evaluation in the Safe Patient Handling Tool Kit. All materials provided must be reviewed to obtain the contact hours for this activity. Register now
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