These are lively sessions, not dull and boring; with amazing graphics.
The course equates to 6 CPD hours
Individual sessions may be taken, each equating to 1.5 CPD hours
The course is also presented as part of our convenient “Online -Ready-To-Go” series of programs so you can learn when, where and how it best suits you! Offline support (questions direct to the facilitator) is also available.
Individual Sessions – $55 per person (incl. GST)
Entire Course – $165 per person (incl. GST)
Generous discounts for groups
Organisation / Group Fee
- 25% off on bookings of 5 or more.
- 40% off on bookings of 10 or more.
- 50% off on bookings of 15 or more.
- 60% off on bookings off 20 or more.
- Group bookings must be from same facility location.
- Discounts are automatically applied at checkout.
Jan Rice, Wound Care Services
Course Details & Payment Options
The course will be available from May 20
Feedback from last update
- I value these sessions in wound care as they are packed with information that I need in my practice of wound management … appreciate the work that has been done in researching the many products availableErna Hudson
- The wholistic approach to wound management was brought home to me again whilst listening to the whole series.Julie Hughes
Delivery suggestions for groups
- we recommend the program, where possible, is set up as group sessions, through your TV or data projector
- staff who cannot make the group sessions can have access to the recorded ‘archived’ sessions at times to suit
- each group should be facilitated by a RN, as ENs cannot not direct care to PCW/AINs
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Full Course Options
Session 1 – Before Touching the Wound
- pathophysiology & complexity of wound healing
- factors that influence wound healing
- when and why wounds fail to heal
- assessment to assist the clinician select the appropriate management strategies
Session 2 – What the best dressed wound is wearing!
- dressings and devices
- tissue requirements for wound healing
- selecting the correct wound dressing, the latest
- maximising wound dressing products
- the value of a common language
Session 3 – Acute wounds – should be healed in 4 weeks
- skins tears, using the stage of the tear to select management pathway
- skin grafts
- flap surgery
- dehisced surgical wounds & trauma.
Session 4 – Chronic wounds – failed to heal 4-6 weeks
- identifying & EB management of:
- leg venous ulcers
- leg arterial ulcers
- unusual leg ulcers
- updates on assessment, staging & management of pressure injuries