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2022-001 10 am – 10:30 am
Lead with Purpose where you Stand! with Rhonda Turner and Kayla Hutson
Sponsored by Freedom Medical

This energetic panel describes the success that can develop when executive stakeholders are engaged. Learn ways to empower your teams and build the necessary partnerships across every platform to bring meaningful and sustainable practices. The umbrella of the culture of safety involves everyone moving forward together from where they stand.

Steve Burt

Steve Burt served for over 30 years as the Corporate Director of Occupational Safety and Environmental Health for the Carilion Health System in Roanoke, VA and as Corporate Administrator of Employee Safety for the Inova Health System in Fairfax, VA. He has been involved in assisting healthcare facilities to achieve regulatory compliance with OSHA, JCAHO, DEA, EPA, HHS, CMS, and HIPAA regulations since the late 1970s. His consulting company represents over 25 hospitals, 20 long-term care facilities, 500 physician and optometry offices, and 100 dental offices and labs in the southeast, providing them with regulatory compliance services.

2022-002 10:30 am – 11 am
National Engagement and SPHM with Nicole Hopewell, Cade Clurman and Ruth Francis
Sponsored by HillRom

Speakers will review two national initiatives that can be critical to your SPHM decision-making and planning. The first is an update on the recently revised Interprofessional SPHM National Standards. The second is information on an advocacy effort for mobility; promoting mobility as an issue of importance and for work on standard methods to assess mobility.

2022-003 11 am – 11:30 am
SPHM and Emergency Management with Tim Buchanan and Tim Lee

How does a SPHM background fit into emergency management plans or an event? These well-received speakers will discuss ways to protect workers in time of high chaos. Decedent care and mass fatality are discussed.

2022-004 11:30 am – 12 noon
Making Virtual “Hands-On” Work for You with Marie Martin

Recent changes in hands-on training have been challenging in the SPHM world. This presentation describes innovative ways to use virtual methods to maximize the hands-on experience.

2022-005 12 noon – 12:30 pm
Resources for Healthcare Design Across the Continuum of Care with Ellen Taylor

Healthcare is complex and solving a problem in a silo often results in unintended consequences. This is especially pronounced when it comes to designing all types of healthcare facilities. Far too frequently, design professionals and the many user stakeholders engaged in a project are expected to be magicians rather than logicians, solving an organization’s worldly woes with incomplete information and documentation. Teams are rarely equipped with the necessary resources to design an environment that both responds to current needs and anticipates future requirements. Most healthcare staff and clinicians have never been included in a design project and are caught in the headlights with their role and responsibilities. Become acquainted with The Center for Health Design’s many open-access evidence-based resources for planning and designing for the current and anticipated needs of an different populations across healthcare settings. Obtain specific insights to inform your everyday practice including preventing injuries and increasing safety, incorporating universal design for human needs – all with a goal to improve patient, resident, staff, and organizational outcomes.

2022-006 12:30 pm – 1 pm
SPHM Simulation Challenge Panel Discussion with Paul Power BA, MBA, EMT-P, CEAS I; Erin DiCandia, PT, DPT, CEAS I; Ernest Fabros, PT, DPT, CSPHC, SCCE, WCC; Marcella Norizsan, CNA, CPSHA

Northwell Health System has developed a unique way to engage staff participation into the promotion and sustainability of SPHM program. The SPHM Simulation Challenge, this method has yielded measurable results at the bedside. Learn about the SPHM Simulation Challenge and hear from “gold medalists” who will share their experience with this training method, and ways their training is useful to patient care every day!

BREAK 1 pm – 3 pm
2022-007 3 pm – 3:30 pm
"How To" Perform the Top Three Challenging Tasks with Margaret Arnold
Sponsored by HoverTech International

Have you wondered about practical solutions to performing some of the more challenging tasks? This presentation demonstrates virtual safe, efficient ways to perform the top 3 challenging SPHM tasks.

2022-008 3:30 pm – 4 pm
A Day in The Life! with Susan Gallagher and Guests

Have you ever wondered about the day-to-day activities of professionals who support SPHM? This panel describes roles and responsibilities, leadership, professional practice and everyday activities of healthcare personnel across disciplines and settings who support SPHM.

2022-009 4 pm – 4:30 pm
Shifting from Silo’d Harm Perspectives to an Activity and Mobility Promotion Culture: The Johns Hopkins Solution with Michael Friedman

A look to the future as it relates to your practice today are described by this team from Johns Hopkins Health System.

2022-010 4:30 pm – 5 pm
Inspiring and Engaging your Teams with Edward Hall

A universal element of successful, sustainable SPHM is the ability to inspire and engage your team. This presenter will share ideas with you based on 2 decades of cutting-edge experience in safety, specifically SPHM.