Clinical Peer Reviewed Publications
Early and progressive mobility in a community hospital A new interdisciplinary safe patient handling and mobility model
We are excited to announce an Atlas Mobility Technician spotlight in the Journal of Nursing Management! A few exciting outcomes are a 53% decrease in preventable patient falls and a 20% decrease in HAPI.
Implementing and Sustaining a Safe Early Mobility Program by Managing Leading and Lagging Outcome Indicators: The Role of the Occupational Health Nurse in Worker Safety
Webinars and Videos
The Pursuit of HAPI-less: Not Happy With the Costs of HAPI (Chapter 1)
In the first chapter, Dr. Joyce Black (PhD, RN, FAAN) takes a deep dive into how “pressure injury” may fit into your system with standardized protocols AND welcomes back our special guest, Kathleen Vollman (MSN, RN, CCNS, FCCM, FAAN) with her valuable intel on how systems respond to the risk of pressure injuries in the critically ill.
The Pursuit of HAPI-less: The Whack A Mole Problem of Immobility (Chapter 4)
In this last chapter, Dr. Black discusses how to improve the health of the skin and its tolerance for pressure and shear. Since the power of good nutrition is a huge aspect of HAPI prevention, it should not be underestimated to ensure optimal skin health and to build that tolerance for pressure injuries.
White Papers & Case Studies