The one about the new pressure ulcer quality improvement
Speakers: Heidi Sandoz, Tissue Viability Services Lead, Hertfordshire Community NHS Trust; Jacqui Fletcher, Senior Clinical Advisor NHS England and NHS Improvement; Jenni MacDonald, Lead Nurse Tissue Viability NHS Lothian.
Listen to our panel of expert speakers discuss the need for informed quality improvement (QI) in wound care, and pressure ulcer care more specifically, and how this led to the development of a unique eight-step quality improvement plan (QIP) and pressure ulcer quality improvement - 8 step approach. Join the latest Wound care voices podcast to learn more about the importance of QI to improving wound care outcomes.
The one about the use of cheap dressings with high risk orthopedic surgery
Listen to Rhidian Morgan-Jones, consultant orthopaedic surgeon from Cardiff, Wales talk about the use of cheap dressings with high risk orthopaedic surgery. Hosted by our Global Professional Education Manager - Andrea Culshaw and joined in the discussion by Magnus Enerbäck, Global Marketing Manager for Mölnlycke.
Empowering patients to play a role in the care of diabetic foot ulcer
Length: 18 mins Speaker: Listen to Professor Paul Chadwick talk about the role a patient play in the care of diabetic foot ulcer and how to empower them.
Wound management challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic
Length: 9 mins Speakers: Sandra Janssen, Nurse Specialist Woundcare, Elkerliek hospital Helmond/Deurne, Andrea Culshaw, Global Professional Educational Manager
The one about concordance
Length: 19 mins Speakers: Sarah Gardner, Clinical Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, Oxford and Penny Rubio, Clinical Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, Oxford
The one about venous leg ulcer assessment
Length: 23 mins Speaker: Sarah Gardner, Clinical Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, Oxford and Penny Rubio, Clinical Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, Oxford
The one about dressings
Length: 19 minutes Speakers: Fran Spratt, Acute lead TVN in Hampshire and Caryn Carr, Community lead TVN in Hampshire