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Dementia Care - A Behavioural Approach to Manual Handling

On World Alzheimer's Day, National Back Exchange shares practical guidance for a range of dementia care scenarios that can help to improve the person’s quality of life and dignity, while potentially reducing the risk of injury to the caregiver.


Essential Healthcare become a gold partner and launch their new bariatric rental service eBari™


Registration is now open for the next NBE webinar in our 2023 series. The virtual event will begin on Thursday 28th September at 11:00am with a presentation on the Role of Physio and the Management of Frail Patients. The webinar is anticipated to run for about 1 hour and will include a Q & A session.


With less than a month to go until conference, we caught up with Conference Director, Sharon Rindsland, to find out her involvement with National Back Exchange and what she's looking forward to at NBEConf2023.

Register now for Accora Proxima Webinar Series

Accora will host a series of webinars to Introduce Proxima - The Future of Falls & Pressure Ulcers Prevention in Acute Care.
Register here.

Registration is now open for the Roma Medical webinar- Supporting Mobilisation With the Right Chair.
Date: Thursday 13th July at 2pm.
Presented by: Sharon Rindsland, Moving and Handling Senior Coordinator at East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust and NBE Conference Director…

Five Mobility Platinum Corporate Sponsor

NBE is pleased to announce that is has its very first Corporate Partner in Five Mobility.

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Following a successful start to the series, Arjo will host four further MOVE webinars looking at how healthcare providers can realise financial, operational and clinical outcomes by driving ergonomic policies and principles.

Notice of NBE AGM

The Annual General Meeting of NBE is to take place on the 17th September 2023 at 17:30 at the National Back Exchange Conference.

Advanced Members of NBE have been invited to join LARF, the patient handling research forum led by Dr Mike Fray, School of Design and Creative Arts at Loughborough University.