'Hard to Heal Wounds' - Assessment & Management Online Webinar
Presented by Emilie Masi, Nurse Practitioner | Wound Management Clinical Nurse Consultant | Director at Wound Care Solutions (Click Image for Bio)
$220 inc GST
SOLD OUT: November 29 2023 0930-1230 (AEDT)
Introduction / Overview:
This webinar will provide the participant with the principles and background knowledge required to manage ‘Hard to Heal’ (Chronic) complex wounds.
Outline / Objectives:
The participant at the completion of this webinar will be provided with the knowledge to identify and manage wound types according to best practice principles and guidelines, and to identify and treat those wounds where healing is delayed due underlying Infection and/or wound complexity.
It will also outline:
1. The principles of best practice as described in the ‘2022 Wound Infection Clinical Practice Guidelines'
2. The Australian evidence-based guidelines 2021 for diabetes-related foot disease
Wound Types explored:
1. Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD)
2. Skin Tears (upper and lower limb management)
3. Leg Ulcers (Venous, Arterial and Mixed aetiology)
4. Pressure Injuries
5. Diabetic foot wounds
Session 1: ‘Hard to Heal Wounds’
Holistic Assessment: ‘The Wound Environment’
Delayed Wound Healing
Acute versus Chronic
Skin Care Principles
Incontinence Associated Dermatitis (IAD)
Skin Tears (upper and lower limb management)
Diabetes related foot disease (inc. ulcers): 2021 Guidelines
Session 2: Infection Continuum
Bacterial loading versus Infection
Wound Bed Preparation
Wound Dressing Selection
Target Audience: RNs, EENs, Clinical Coordinators, Quality/Education Managers, Facility Managers, DONs and other interested health care professionals.
Your registration fee includes: Pre-reading material, Comprehensive Webinar Notes, Post event resources, Certificate of Attendance
NB - To attend this webinar you will need a computer with with video / audio capabilities
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