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Bring AMP to Your Hospital


Johns Hopkins Activity and Mobility Promotion (AMP)™ is an inter-professional program aiming to support hospitals and health care providers that want to change the culture of patient immobility, providing frontline caregivers and hospital leaders with the tools and support needed to design and implement structured quality improvement processes to successfully increase patient activity and mobility.


Annual Hospital Activity and Mobility Conference

Each spring, Johns Hopkins AMP hosts our Hospital Activity and Mobility Conference. Our mobility experts, alongside guest speakers from around the world, use the conference as an opportunity to help other institutions create or expand a culture of mobility.
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Free Webinars

Our experts are working to provide free webinars in lieu of in-person conferences to help clinicians continue to prioritize patient activity and mobility.
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Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference

Attend the annual Johns Hopkins Critical Care Rehabilitation Conference on November 4-6, 2021, to learn how to bridge the interdisciplinary gap from research to the bedside and bring together clinical experts who are creating a culture based on proactive rehabilitation.
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  • #everyBODYmoves Resources

    Get access to free flyers, posters and tools designed to help you educate and motivate your team.

  • Join the Conversation

    Stay up-to-date on the latest patient mobility news and research by following us on Twitter @HopkinsAMP.


By focusing on mobility, we are able to improve patient outcomes, expedite recovery time and shorten length of stay. Introducing this initiative has led to greater patient engagement and improved experience. More importantly, we are able to bring patients back to independence.

- Michelle D’Alesandro, Director of Medical Nursing at Johns Hopkins Bayview


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Learn more about how we can help you implement an AMP program at your institution.

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