Get up, get dressed, and get moving! The End PJ Paralysis movement has been embraced by nurses, therapists and medical colleagues around the world. Encouraging patients to get out of their hospital gowns and pajamas encourages mobility, enhances dignity, independence and, in many instances, shortens their length of stay.
Paul Wright from Patient and Family Centred Care highlights the importance of patient mobility and all the risks associated with hospital inactivity.
This video will:
- Help you learn about and understand the ‘End PJ Paralysis’ global movement
- Explain the role LPN’s can play in this initiative
- Learn how to promote the End PJ Paralysis movement within your organization
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