Our 24-hours of Rehabilitation campaign is part of the national #endPJparalysis social media movement.
The campaign focuses on encouraging our patients, where possible, to stop wearing their pyjamas, nightwear or hospital gowns when they don’t need to. Because wearing these things for patients reinforces a ‘sick role’ and can prevent their recovery.
Our video here explains about how the Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust is promoting active hospital stays.
Sonia Sparkles has kindly given us permission to share her pictorial impression of our campaign
This initiative is supported by the RCHT Innovation and Scan4Safety Teams
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