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Guides to medical products that support patient mobility


  • E-learning
  • Mobile friendly, non-responsive
  • Animation
  • Blended
  • Multiple languages
  • Video
Walkgrove created two helpful guides that explain the features and benefits of Hillrom’s products supporting early patient mobility.

The training need

Hillrom is a leading worldwide manufacturer and provider of medical technologies and related services for health care providers in hospitals, extended care facilities, and home care settings.

Hillrom commissioned Walkgrove to develop two e-learning courses about their products. The Progressa Bed System and the Progressive Mobility Programme courses were needed as supplementary resources following face-to-face training.

The training is targeted at both internal staff and product users who offer care, such as nurses and physiotherapists. The digital learning needed to explain how to use the respective products in a range of real life care situations.

Our bespoke learning solution

Walkgrove created two bespoke e-learning products to explain Hillrom products. The 30-minute Progressive Mobility Course focuses on the importance of patient mobility and the costs associated with immobility, offering the evidence to support early mobility and demonstrating how to implement Hillrom’s Progressive Mobility programme.

The 30-minute Progressa Bed System e-learning familiarises learners with the functions, features and advantages of the Progressa bed to assist with early patient mobility.

Mobile-friendly course design allows learners to access content from their desktop, smartphone or tablet devices at their convenience. Frequent use of interactions and a mix of video, animation and graphics help learners to remain engaged. The custom e-learning modules also contain quick reference guides to allow learners to access relevant information when using the products in their daily professional lives.

Because the courses are accessed by learners throughout Europe, they have been translated into Spanish, German, French, Italian and Dutch.