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An efficiency evaluation of different hoisting devices to complete three frequent patient transfers
Test of effort needed to move a patient up in bed. Does the carer position around a bed change the force applied when moving a person up a bed
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Quantification of buttock deformation on a rigid seat
Weak signals in healthcare: The case study of the Mid-Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust
A comparative force assessment of 4 methods to move a patient up a bed
An evaluation of sit to stand devices for use in rehabilitation
Stand Out in Class: restructuring the classroom environment to reduce sedentary behaviour in 9-10 year-olds – study protocol for a pilot cluster randomised controlled trial
Development of a framework for the analysis of weak signals within a healthcare environment
Sepsis: A work systems analysis of 30 survivor and tribute stories
Factors contributing to task success: Safety II in the context of community-based patient discharge
Weak signals in healthcare: A case study on community-based patient discharge
The evaluation of medical devices with healthy people?
Improving long term driving comfort by taking breaks – How break activity affects effectiveness
George M. Sammonds
Does the use of friction reducing devices reduce the exposure to high-force horizontal transfers
Unpacking Safety-II in action: weak signals of potential error in patient handling tasks
Stopping incidents in their tracks: identifying weak signals for error prevention in healthcare
Does the use of friction reducing devices actually reduce the exposure to high force lateral transfers?
More holes than cheese. What prevents the delivery of effective, high quality, and safe healthcare in England?
Occupational safety and health and smaller organisations: research challenges and opportunities
Effect of long term driving on driver discomfort and its relationship with seat fidgets and movements (SFMs)
Using patient handling equipment to manage mobility in and around a bed.
An evaluation of the biomechanical risks for a range of methods to raise a patient from supine lying to sitting in a hospital bed
Developing a worldwide method for cost benefit analysis for safe patient handling interventions, to be completed by safe patient handling practitioners. A pilot study.
Macro and micro ergonomic outcomes in healthcare: unravelling the relationship between patient handling performance and safety climate
International consensus on manual handling of people in the healthcare sector: Technical Report ISO/TR 12296
Which bed designs and patient characteristics increase bed rail use?
Observational study of treatment space in individual neonatal cot spaces
CURE (Community Urgent Response Environment): portable work stations
The CURE (Community Urgent Response Environment): pods and packs for pre-hospital care
A tool to measure the success of patient handling interventions across the European Union
Patient handling risk assessment: first steps applying Intervention Evaluation Tool in Portuguese hospitals
The evaluation of patient handling interventions in healthcare
An overnight bedrail audit in UK hospitals exploring the relationships between environmental factors and patient characteristics
A tool to compare all patient handling interventions
Manual handling in healthcare
The evaluation of a tool to measure the success of patient handling interventions using field trials across the EU
Two case studies using mock-ups for planning adult and neo-natal intensive care facilities
Implementation of the Manual Handling Directive in the healthcare industry in the European Union for patient handling tasks