Webinar: End PJ Paralysis (Nov 20 or 22)


If patients stay in their pyjamas for longer than they need to, they have a higher risk of infection, loss of mobility, fitness and strength, and will ultimately stay in hospital longer. Having patients in their day clothes, rather than in pyjamas (PJs) or gowns, enhances dignity, autonomy and, in many instances, shortens their length of stay.

The College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Alberta (CLPNA) is excited to once again partner with Paul Wright from Patient and Family Centred Care to deliver this free, educational webinar.

The End PJ Paralysis (#endPJparalysis) movement has been embraced by nurses, therapists and medical colleagues around the world. This webinar will highlight the benefits of patients getting up, getting dressed and getting moving.

Participants will:

  1. Learn about and understand the ‘End PJ Paralysis’ global movement
  2. Understand the importance of mobilization for patients/residents
  3. Explain the role LPN’s can play in this initiative
  4. Learn how to promote the End PJ Paralysis movement within your organization

This webinar is FREE! No registration fee to attend. This webinar is intended to be an education tool that will inspire you to delve into this topic with new interest.

WEBINAR:  End PJ Paralysis

For your convenience, two dates are available for this webinar:

November 20, 2018 – 12:00 – 1:00pm (MST)


November 22, 2018 – 3:00 – 4:00pm (MST)


Unable to attend or want to watch again? This presentation will be recorded and made available on our LPN Professional Development playlist on YouTube at a later date.


A webinar is a live seminar attended using an internet-connected computer or mobile device, allowing participants in different locations to see and hear the live presenter and ask questions. Registration is required to receive the website link to the presentation and email reminders.

QUESTIONS? Contact the CLPNA’s Professional Development Department at profdev@clpna.com, 780-484-8886 or 1-800-661-5877 (toll free in Alberta).