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101 Manual Handling Risk Assessment
  1. Cathy Newsam, Day Sister
  1. St Wilfrid’s Hospice, Chichester

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Introduction: An effective manual handling risk assessment is vital for the safety of nurses and patients admitted to the hospice. An accurate risk assessment and care plan is essential for communicating risks and meeting the individual needs of our patients. Aims: To provide a comprehensive assessment form identifying manual handling risks and a care plan stating handling techniques …

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