Wound Care - Moisture Lesions, Pressure Ulcers, Skin Tears and Best Practice
28th April Presentation 2021 to Domiciliary Care Providers
Please find attached documents below as mentioned at this Bitesize event, provided by Paul Johnson at URGO. Unfortunately, we do not have a video recording of this session.
Also see this new England-wide multi-professional framework published 09 June 2021 by the National Wound Care Strategy Programme (NWCSP) to standardise wound care across all health and care roles and settings, improving healing rates and patient outcomes.
“This framework sets a standard for all levels of the multi-professional workforce involved in wound care in developing and providing evidence of their knowledge and skills, enabling the highest standards of practice, as well as providing a structure for career and role development within wound care.” - Baroness Watkins of Tavistock, Chair of the NWCSP Board
Developed collaboratively by senior workforce consultants, Health Education England and a multi-professional team from across the health and care sector, the National Wound Care Core Capabilities Framework for England has been designed to be a single, consistent, and comprehensive foundation that will underpin the highest standard of wound care, no matter the setting or location.
Society of Tissue Viability – freefundamentals education sessions
The Innovation Delivery Team would like to highlight some free on-line session to support pressure ulcer care, wound assessment and lower limb care. Please follow this link for the dates of free on-line education sessions from the Society of Tissue Viability