Welcome to Inside Recliners. Alongside all the usual insights and news, we’ve got something a little bit special to share this month. Here’s what’s been keeping us busy in the workshop since the start of the year. Let’s get straight in…
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For patients with reduced mobility, changing position in their chair throughout the day is the best way to prevent pressure injuries and keep the blood flowing. But how often should we be looking to move a patient in their chair, and what range of positions should we be aiming for?
Hi and welcome to the March issue of Inside Recliners. With the Easter holidays beginning tomorrow (gosh, are we there already?!) we hope that your final preparations for a well-earned Easter break are going well. The first signs of spring are well and truly showing around the workshop now – the daffs are shining bright, the lambs are in the fields and we’ve got a brand new chair in the pipeline! (More on that next month)
The general data protection regulations come into effect on 25th May and they will change the way that all organisations are required to manage their data. With Healthcare workers required to manage and process some of the most sensitive types of data, it’s essential we are up to speed with what’s required.
W-w-w-w-Welcome to a very chilly Inside Recliners. We’re certainly feeling the cold up here in the Welsh hills this week. Still, there’s little quite as beautiful as the valley covered in snow and the cold weather is nothing a cup of hot coffee and a good day’s making can’t fix. We hope you’re staying warm and safe wherever you are this week and that you’ve got the cupboards stocked with enough tins of soup, teabags and maybe something a little stronger to see you through! And don’t forget – knock on that neighbour’s door – just to be sure.