The Manual Handling Collective is a videoed podcast series by Simone Hepburn, made possible by the support of Haines Medical Australia. Haines are proud to help inspire you through this collaboration. You will hear interviews with the ‘brains trust’ of amazing industry leaders in the occupational health and wellness community. Simone Hepburn, an ever-curious and passionate Manual Handling Educator and Physiotherapist, invites her guests to speak frankly about hot topics. Tune in to absorb the inspiration from their stories and keep up to date with the latest and greatest work and ideas in manual handling.
Disclaimer: The opinions and views expressed in these podcasts are the guests own and are not linked to or said to represent their respective employers.
Pippa Shares Lessons of Patient Handling Professionals and Encourages Forward Thinking Attitudes
Do you know what are your manual handling trainers' credentials are? How to set an attitude for success when dealing with WHS challenges and how you can get the best out of your own professional development.
Connect with Pippa on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/pippa-wright-20023466/
Frontline Workers and the Future of Manual Handling Training Using Technology and Data.
Scott dives into manual handling injury prevention, including use of new, evolving manual handling technologies including the exoskeleton and augmented reality, why measure load rather than force and helpful lessons from sports science.
Note: filmed pre-Covid-19 Social Distancing restrictions
Optimising Wellness for High Performance Teams in Chaotic Medical Environments
Connection is the foundation for optimizing team performance. What is the silver lining from Covid-19 for worker wellness? How does wellbeing link to preventing manual handling injuries? Hear how emergency doctors ‘do’ workplace wellbeing and secrets to reducing burnout and more.
Coping in a Crisis: Impacts of Covid-19 for Patient Handling in an Acute Hospital
In this episode you will hear about: Empowering Covid-19 worker wellness tips from the frontline; Hospital staff responses to Covid-19 disruptions; resilience strategies; changes on ‘the other side’ of Covid-19 and more.
Be inspired to ‘lift our game’ and build more workforce empathy for bariatric patients
“The Pressure Lady” inspires us through her stories of bariatric care to look to the future and take a more considered approach to bariatric patient admissions.
Connect with Tracy on LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/tracy-nowicki-4469a748/?originalSubdomain=au
Tracy Nowicki’s Conference ‘hit-list’
NPIAP National Pressure Injury Alliance Panel, USA, annual (next: February 2021)
EPUAP, European Pressure Ulcer Alliance Panel, August, Europe
Falls, Fractures and Pressure Injury Management, biennial (next 2021)
QBIG, Queensland Bariatric Innovations Group, meets via videoconference, twice per year
The Prince Charles Hospital, Annual Bariatric Symposium, Brisbane, February, annual
Contact Tracy on email@example.com
Building Organisational Capability for Caring for Bariatric Patients
Simple, smart practical thinking when it comes to caring for bariatric patients throughout their hospital journey, including through to their end of life.
Stephen’s journal article: “Management of the Deceased Bariatric/Obese Patient” https://sphmjournal.com/product/management-decreased-bariatricobese-patient/ or contact Stephen