Arjo MOVE Webinar Series - Module 3 Session 1: The essential elements to design a work environment that facilitates best practice – for the near and far future
2am CDT, 3am EDT, 10am BST, 9am CEST, 5pm AEST, September 6
This is part 3 of our 5-part Arjo MOVE webinar series on how healthcare providers can realize financial, operational and clinical outcomes by driving ergonomic policies and principles. Each webinar is led by international experts in mobility and ergonomics and offers exclusive access to a peer reviewed clinical paper.
Each topic will be presented at two different sessions. Please select the session time that suits you best.
Watch out for the full series through 2023:
April 26: Why the importance of ergonomics can no longer be ignored – Exploring the evidence linking ergonomics to improved patient and caregiver outcomes
June 28: Minimising risk and maximising outcomes – Understanding the health and efficiency risks at your facility – and building an attainable strategy to mitigate them
September 6: Environment and equipment interventions – The essential elements to design a work environment that facilitates best practice – for the near and far future
October 18: Implementing ergonomic strategies – Driving cultural change and sustaining a culture of high quality work
December 13: The bottom-line benefits of an ergonomics program – Case studies on the clinical, operational and financial impact of ergonomics on caregivers and healthcare facilities
Hanneke Knibbe holds a Cum Laude Masters degree in Human Movement Science and a Bachelors in Physical Therapy. In 2010 she received the Bernice Owen Award for Research in Patient Handling (USF, ANA, NIOSH), University of South Florida. Hanneke works at LOCOmotion Health and Research and has been involved as an independent researcher and consultant in all phases of national implementation of the Dutch covenants.
Ms. Matz is a board certified ergonomist and an internationally recognized expert in patient care ergonomics. She provides consultation services related to patient handling technology selection and use, ergonomics in healthcare design, and SPHM program development, implementation and maintenance.