Safety 2019: SPHM Programs Reduce Healthcare Worker Injuries

By Taylor Lewellyn, JD Jun 12, 2019 Injuries and Illness, Personnel Safety On day 2 of Safety 2019, the annual conference of the American Society of Safety Professionals, taking place June 9–12 at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans, Yeu-Li Yeung, the patient care ergonomics coordinator for Duke University Health System, and Neal Wiggermann, PhD, Read more about Safety 2019: SPHM Programs Reduce Healthcare Worker Injuries[…]

Joanette Lima Nativo is an invited speaker at CSULB Commencement

As an active alumni, and acknowledged as a “Distinguished Alumna” in 2007, Ms. Lima Nativo was invited to speak at one of the 8 commencement ceremonies at CSULB. As a graduate of the College of Health & Human Services, with her degree in Physical Therapy, she is a proud alumni, and one of over 330,000 Read more about Joanette Lima Nativo is an invited speaker at CSULB Commencement[…]

Ergonomics in Endoscopy: Balancing Efficiency and Physician Wellbeing

Imagine a physically demanding job, one that requires a person to perform repetitive motions again and again over the course of the day, the week and throughout their careers. An endoscopist might not be the first occupation that comes to mind when considering what positions might be at risk for work-related pain or injuries, but Read more about Ergonomics in Endoscopy: Balancing Efficiency and Physician Wellbeing[…]