ASPHP Webinar

ASPHP Webinar

Learn from Experienced SPHM Practitioners about Managing Challenging SPHM Cases

March 14, 2018 2pm Eastern
Presented by: ASPHP Panel

A panel of experienced SPHM coordinators will present case studies of challenging patient handling situations. The goal of the webinar is to explore the processes and expertise that were utilized to resolve these situations and maintain the safety of caregivers and patients.  Attendees will be better prepared to meet future SPHM challenges when assessing potential program and knowledge gaps within their own organizations and considering solutions utilized by these experienced SPHM leaders.

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Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, Provider Number CEP 15826, for 1 contact hour.

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ASPHP Regional Conferences

Other Learning Opportunity

Other Learning Opportunity 

2018 Safe Patient Handling Conference
April 16-20, 2018
Rosen Centre, Orlando, FL

MAIN CONFERENCE: April 17-19, 2018

EXHIBITS: APRIL 16-18, 2018 | POST-CONFERENCES: April 20, 2018

Reaching for Excellence in Safe Patient Handling and Mobility— Innovations, Partnerships and Coalitions to Make the Needle Jump

Featuring strategies to achieve culture change for staff and patient safety

Conference website

Online registration


For More Information Contact: Valerie Kelleher at 813‐558‐3948 or 

ASPHP sponsored – It Takes a Village Novice Training at the 2018 SPH Conference with Outstanding Faculties and Hands-On Sessions

(Monday Apr 16 and Friday Apr 20 – Includes Continental Breakfast 7-8 am, Coffee Break at 10am, Lunch at 12noon on Monday and Friday).

This Workshop prepares SPHM novices for the challenge of implementing a SPHM program in their healthcare setting. ASPHP brings together like-minded SPHM experts that want to share ideas, support research, and advocate for sound regulatory activity that improves and promotes a safer working environment for all caregivers. We also seek to establish standards and practices for both the practitioner and the facilities where they work. This 2-day/14-hour workshop provides SPHM novices working in the acute care, long term care and/or community setting with the basic knowledge and skills required to implement a SPHM program at his/her facility. PowerPoint Presentations, Hand-on sessions and a workbook will be provided.

AORN Safe Patient Handling Tool Kit

SPH course provides 1.8 contact hours.

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Journey towards a National Coding Standard for Patient Handling Injuries

The webinar provides insight into the journey and development of a national standard for Patient Handling Injury coding.  The standardized coding once implemented universally, will provide a mechanism to measure and benchmark injuries and fully support further prevention and research.

Link to the recorded webinar:



Vicki Missar, MS, CPE, CSPHP, CHSP, SSBB,

Associate Director, AON

Vicki is a thought leader who provides solutions for over 800 Aon Health Care clients across the United States. This includes developing strategies that address the total cost of risk and clinical integration of casualty, medical malpractice, and general liability programs.  Vicki is on the board of directors for the Association of Safe Patient Handling where she supports members and develops outreach programs, best practices and certification standards.  As a board certified ergonomist, Vicki integrates biomechanics and muscle movement patterns into programs.  Vicki has developed Aon’s Ageonomics ™ practice that creates integrated solutions for aging health care workers. Vicki is a guest lecturer for the Harvard School of Public Health’s Integrated Health, Safety and Wellness course that teaches students about the merits of integrating these traditionally siloed programs for improved workforce population health.

Candy Raphan, RN, BSN, ARNP, MOAM

Regional Vice President, Client Services, Broadspire

Candy brings a varied background of clinical, managed care and health industry related experience.  She is a Certified Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner with a specialty in family practice, Candy holds a bachelor’s degree and advanced practice certificates in nursing from the University of Miami and a master’s degree in Organizational Management from the University of Phoenix. As a VP for Client Services, she leverages her clinical background to supports innovative clinical programs and develops strategies that address the total cost of risk for causality and non-occupational disability programs. Candy is also a board member of the Association of Safe Patient Handling Professionals and a member of the National Association of Professional Women and Therapy Dog International.

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