PAST EDUCATIONAL PRESENTATIONS
March 6, 2019
MANUAL TRANSFERS VS. SAFE PATIENT HANDLING EQUIPMENT: Which one is winning/losing in your facility?
March 27, 2019
PHYSICIAN STRESS: From Burnout to Resiliency
March 25, 2018
Preventing Workplace Violence Don’t Worry Alone
OSHA Workplace Violence Prevention Programs
April 11, 2018
Current Trends in Blood and Body Fluid Exposures: Sharps injuries and Mucocutaneous Exposures
The Hospital Association of Rhode Island launched We Care. We Communicate. We Collaborate for Worker Safety Collaborative to align the culture of safety in each hospital to include worker safety along with patient safety and quality.
The focus areas of the collaborative include:
Our hospital leaders understand that hospitals can be dangerous work environments. Hospital environments are unique, and the daily work involves risks that are inherent in caring for the sick. Making workforce safety a priority helps to cultivate a safe work environment, which is proven to result in better patient care and a secure, more rewarding work experience.
For more information contact:
Jean Marie Rocha, MPH RN, Vice President, Clinical Affairs
of Rhode Island