Wound care

Proven prevention: Proof into practice webinar for Stop Pressure Ulcer Day

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, October 23 2015Posted in: Wound care

Hospital acquired conditions, such as pressure ulcers, are expensive and, for patients, painful and debilitating, healthcare challenges – but evidence shows that prevention is effective protection. Mölnlycke Health Care's focus on contributing to the body of evidence supporting preventive care is something we are passionate about. 

On 19 November 2015, we will host our annual pressure-ulcer prevention webinar. With the theme "Proof into practice", our expert panel of guest speakers will present the latest clinical and scientific evidence about pressure ulcer prevention as well as how to justify and adopt preventive pressure ulcer treatment into practice.

Our confirmed speakers are leading clinicians and researchers in the pressure ulcer prevention field. Don't miss the opportunity to see them present their latest evidence.

Nick Santamaria (RN, RPN, B.App.Sc, Grad Dip Health ED, M.ED. St, PhD University of Melbourne & Royal Melbourne Hospital, Australia)
New clinical evidence – The clinical effectiveness of multi-layer silicone heel dressings

Amit Gefen (B.Sc., M.Sc.,Ph.D. Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel)
New scientific evidence – The biomechanical efficacy of dressings in preventing heel ulcers

Jacqui Fletcher (RGN, MSc Wound Healing and Tissue Repair, BSc (Hons) Healthcare Studies (Nursing), P.G.Cert (Education), FHEA, Clinical Strategy Director, Welsh Wound Innovation Centre, United Kingdom)
Translating evidence into practice – Building a pressure ulcer prevention programme

Mölnlycke Health Care is looking forward to welcoming you to the 2015 pressure ulcer prevention webinar, "Proof into practice". Learn more and register for the 19 November webinar event on www.stop-pressureulcers.com (opens in a new window).

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