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
“Jimmy Choos or compression bandaging, which would you choose!?” In this podcast, Sarah and Penny consider the issue of patient non-concordance, how sometimes the label is added unfairly, and hear how ‘motivational interviewing’ made the difference for Penny with some of her patients. Both of these lead TVNs agree that teaching patients about their condition may not be a regular part of a treatment plan, however explaining care options to patients and letting them have a degree of autonomy when it comes to their treatment, can go a long way to getting them on board, especially when Jimmy Choos are unfortunately not an option.
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*These podcasts were all recorded before the covid-19 pandemic
Risk assessment in surgical care- what does a useful assessment model look like?
What are the needed elements of an appropriate and relevant risk assessment model in surgical care? Guests: Rhidian Morgan-Jones, Brian AndrewsHost: Andrea Culshaw
How has covid changed patient communication?
COVID has created a need for new modes and approaches to patient communication. In this podcast, you’ll hear two nurses share their insights on how they connected and empowered their patients to take a more active role in their own wound care when they were not able to visit in person. Guests: Sarah Sage and Jane JolleyHost: Andrea Culshaw
The importance of risk assessment in closed incision care
How can a risk assessment tool help prevent incisional care complications after surgery? Tune in and find out Guests: Sian Fumarola, Rhidian Morgan-Jones, Brian AndrewsHost: Andrea Culshaw
The one about the golden rules for leg ulcer treatment
Speakers: Dr Joachim Dissemond, Medical Director John Timmons. In this podcast, you’ll hear Joachim and John discuss different types of venous leg ulcer treatment, ranging from interventional to compression therapy, and the importance of patient education in securing compliance and success. This is the second in a two-part series on leg ulcer diagnosis and treatment. Listen on Spotify
The one about the golden rules for leg ulcer diagnostics
Speakers: Dr Joachim Dissemond, John Timmons. In this podcast, you’ll hear Joachim and John discuss the balance between the importance of diagnosing leg ulcers and the complexities inherent in treatment. This is the first in a two-part series on leg ulcer diagnosis and treatment. or Listen on Spotify
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.
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