Moving and Lifting Patients
Subject Areas on Research
- A lift assist team in an acute care hospital-prevention of injury or transfer of risk during patient-handling tasks?
- A retrospective review of lower extremity fracture care in patients with spinal cord injury.
- Accessibility and accommodations for patients with mobility disabilities in a large healthcare system: How are we doing?
- An Evidence-Based Cue-Selection Guide and Logic Model to Improve Pressure Ulcer Prevention in Long-term Care.
- Caregiving-related needs of family caregivers of older Singaporeans.
- Evaluation of direct workers' compensation costs for musculoskeletal injuries surrounding interventions to reduce patient lifting.
- Factors associated with lift equipment use during patient lifts and transfers by hospital nurses and nursing care assistants: A prospective observational cohort study.
- Implementation and adoption of mechanical patient lift equipment in the hospital setting: The importance of organizational and cultural factors.
- Improving Pressure Injury Prevention by Using Wearable Sensors to Cue Critical Care Patient Repositioning.
- Insight Into the Movement Behaviors of Nursing Home Residents Living With Obesity: A Report of Two Cases.
- Job characteristics and work organization factors associated with patient-handling injury among nursing personnel.
- Musculoskeletal injuries among hospital patient care staff before and after implementation of patient lift and transfer equipment.
- Musculoskeletal injuries resulting from patient handling tasks among hospital workers.
- New standards for safe patient handling and mobility.
- Objective measures of adoption of patient lift and transfer devices to reduce nursing staff injuries in the hospital setting.
- Occupational injuries among aides and nurses in acute care.
- Reliability and Validity of the Revised Transfer Assessment Instrument.
- Use of Assistive Devices to Lift, Transfer, and Reposition Hospital Patients.
Keywords of People
- Dement, John McCray, Professor Emeritus in Family Medicine and Community Health, Family Medicine & Community Health,Occupational & Environmental Medicine