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End PJ Paralysis

What is PJ Paralysis?

About End PJ Paralysis

End PJ Paralysis is a global movement to help patients get up, dressed and moving. It aims to get patients out of bed, dressed in their own clothes and when possible, moving rather than lying in bed.

End PJ Paralysis:

  • Encourages patients to wear their own comfortable clothes
  • Helps reduce the health risks of not being active while in hospital
  • Increases the benefits for patients such as quicker recovery and improves overall patient experience

Alberta Health Services (AHS) believes that encouraging patients to get up, dressed and moving while in hospital will benefit patients, staff and the health care system overall.

Health Benefits

Learn the health benefits of getting up, dressed, and moving.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to common questions about the End PJ Paralysis movement.

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Patient Resources

Find resources such as the EPJP brochure, tips, media stories, and videos.

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History

Find out where End PJ Paralysis started.

Success Stories

Read what some patients have shared about their experiences with End PJ Paralysis.