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Tissue Viability Pressure Ulcer Prevention & Management Study Day for Inpatients

Course Date: 30 May 2019, 09:00 - 16:00

Course Leader: The tutors for this course are Ann Wise/Hollie Robinson/Laura Mason

Duration of Course: 7 hours

Location: Medical Education Centre, Warwick Hospital

Price: £108.00 per Delegate

Available Places: 4

The training is being held in Room A, in the Medical Education Building.

Who should attend

Qualified staff caring for hospital inpatients.

Course Objectives

Pressure ulcer prevention, assessment and management for hospital inpatients.

Course Programme

This course will provide education in:
• Understanding and undertaking risk assessment
• Pressure ulcer aetiology
• Pressure ulcer assessment and grading- defining what a pressure ulcer is and what is not e.g.
moisture lesion, SCALE etc
• Pressure ulcer prevention strategies including equipment selection and care planning
• Holistic care of a patient with pressure ulcers
• Defining avoidable and unavoidable pressure ulcers and the consequences
• Documentation and litigation
This will be in line with current national and international standards and guidelines. There are formal and group sessions and opportunity for questions and discussion.

Trainer Profile

The tutors for this course are Ann Wise/Hollie Robinson/Laura Mason.

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