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April 26th-28th 2023
Saddlebrook Resort- Wesley 
Chapel, Florida 




TEAM MOBILITY 2023 conference is an  immersive mix of latest evidence and research, interdisciplinary discussion and hands-on applied case-based learning to implement Safe Early and Continuous Mobility (SECM)

Interactive discussions between doctors, nurses, physical and occupational therapists, respiratory therapists, patients and technology solutions experts will help you build your team and understand how to engage other disciplines to promote a culture of Safe, Early and Continuous Mobility in your facility. ​

Hear best early and continuous mobility practices from experts around the world and will have opportunity to interact with, and discuss your challenges with leading experts in the field. 

Physician panel, patient survivor panel, team building activities, hands-on clinical case-based learning and more. If you are looking for practical solutions and  how to actually DO the mobility,  this conference is for you!

Target audience:

Clinicians across all disciplines who are implementing safe patient handling or early mobility programs (Safe Early and Continuous Mobility) (PT, PTA, OT, COTA,  MD, PA, RN, NP, LPN,  RT, CNA. Administrators  looking to connect with experts and solutions to reduce length of stay, falls, pressure injuries and caregiver injuries; Patient safety officers, quality professionals and Risk loss professionals looking to improve outcomes, decrease patient harm and find tangible solutions that improve patient care AND reduce cost/risk and harm.

No prior qualifications are needed. The conference is primarily introductory level information but whether you are new to Safe Early and Continuous Mobility or an expert, you will take away new ideas and strategies from this conference. 

See CEU page for CEU information.  Attendance and active participation for the entire conference  will be required and completion of an evaluation form with self-reported achievement of learning objectives to be awarded CEU. 

This conference is highly interactive, and one of our ways to reach those who are not able to attend in person is through videos, pictures and conversations from the conference. 

By registering for this conference, your consent for your image, video, and voice to be used at the discretion of is implied. We use this media for (but not limited to) educational content, consulting support, and marketing for future events. 

If you have any special needs, please contact us at so we can make every effort to accommodate your needs. 

Overarching objectives for this conference.

By the end of this conference, attendees will:

1. Describe 3 reasons why Safe Early and Continuous Mobility (SECM) is needed across all care settings

2. Be able to describe what SECM means, and provide an example of mobility practices that are safe, early and continuous. 

3. Be able to discuss the roles of each discipline to promote a successful integrated SECM program across care settings.

4. Discuss how technology and the technology solutions experts can transform the ability to achieve highest level of functional independence for patients, even as staffing shortages surge and threaten care provision.


Include, not limited to, in no particular order and subject to change. 


Margaret Arnold


Dr. Peter Nydahl


Jenna Hightower 


Nancy McGann


Alasdair MacLullich


Kali Dayton

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Susan Wyatt


Dr. Wes Ely


Susan Gallagher

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Tatsuya Horibe


Tony Hilton

Brooke Nack

Brooke Nack

Kendall Judson

Kendall Judson

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Christianne Perme


Peter Gibb


Dr. Hajime Katzukaw

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Jamie Haines


Luther Borgardt

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Dr. Joan Vernikos


Dr. Devang Sanghavi


Eileen Ruben


Dr. Nimit Agarwal  


Leon Flowers


Rhonda Turner

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