Your Training. Your Way.
The Clinical Hub at Handicare is a resource developed by our North American Clinician team to assist our customers with safe patient handling programs. We want to ensure healthcare teams have access to the knowledge, skills, resources, and educational content that goes hand in hand with using our equipment for the daily care of patients and residents.
Handicare believes that continued education of our products is vital to the success of safe patient handling programs. Our Clinical Hub is designed to address this by providing a resource that is constantly updated with new content by our Clinicians.
Sign-up for our live webinars focused on safe patient handling techniques using Handicare products encompassing the complete continuum of care. Also view previously recorded webinars from our library on your own time.
Our video library is an ongoing series of product demonstrative videos that showcase the breath of our safe patient handling products. Take the time to better understand how ceiling lifts, floor lifts, and slings can be used in everyday care of your patients and residents.
After speaking to our customers our clinicians have put together a series of the most asked for resources pertaining to patient handling. Updated every month with new resources being added throughout the year.
National Clinical Director
Amber Slay, RN, BSN
Amber Slay is the incredibly talented ACLS, BLS, PALS, and Trauma Nursing specialist spearheading the Savaria Clinical Academy with Handicare. With over 10 years of professional medical management experience, Amber has provided attentive care to innumerable patients facing a diverse array of healthcare challenges in emergency rooms, hospice wards, and psychiatric settings alike.
Leveraging her hands-on clinical experience and adept knowledge of safe patient handling and mobility solutions, Amber has been providing clinical education, training, and resources to health care providers across Canada - sharing lessons learned from colleagues coast to coast to ensure caregivers and those we care for remain safe.