Designed for all primary care staff to assist with their understanding of the appropriate procedures for Moving and Handling people under their care and how this information should be applied in their daily working lives.
Contains a case study and multiple-choice questions.
During this course you will learn:
About your and your organisation’s responsibilities.
How to provide patients with the best quality care using appropriate, safe and dignified moving and handling strategies.
About normal human movement patterns as a prerequisite to moving and handling people.
How a person’s mobility may affect moving and handling.
How to carry out chair moves and transfers.
How to carry out bed/trolley moves and transfers.
How to manage a person who is falling, or has fallen.
How to use equipment to move people safely.
How multidisciplinary team communication and risk assessments ensure the safe handling of patients.
References and Audit Suggestions
Please note This content is only available for practices with the Clarity Training add-on for Clarity TeamNet.