Why is the heel important?
Listen to Prof. Nick Santamaria from the University of Melbourne, Australia as he explains the vulnerability of the heel and why it is important from a procurement perspective.
Professional education programme to give insights and the training solutions that may be needed to drive change and advance patient outcomes within your healthcare organisation
Despite the existence of prevention protocols, pressure ulcers are still one of the most common hospital-acquired conditions . Pressure ulcer prevalence ranges between 7.3% and 23% in hospitals throughout Europe and North America . They can occur at any point during a patient’s stay in hospital (e.g. emergency room, operating room, intensive care unit, aged care, paediatric care settings) . High-risk areas for pressure ulcers include the sacrum, heel, back of the head, and underneath medical devices (e.g. face masks) . The Mönlycke Advantage Programme aims to give insights and training that may be needed to drive change and advance patient outcomes within your healthcare organisation. Check out the PU related professional education materials below and register:
Pressure injuries – still a global crisis!
Pressure injuries continue to present substantial clinical challenges to health care professionals and economic burden on health care providers. They also have a huge impact on the quality of life of patients and their care givers. Mölnlycke invites you to join this short webinar with key thought leaders, Dot Weir and Dr. Lee Ruotsi, offering insights into how pressure injuries continue to affect clinicians and patients every day. Thursday 17 November 2022, 6:00PM CET Join the webinar
Empowering change management in pressure ulcer prevention - time to act now!
The prevalence and incidence of pressure ulcers (PU) remains unacceptably high despite international efforts to reduce their occurrence. All the guidelines and consensus documents in the world will never provide enough context for making the needed changes on a day-to-day basis in realworld situations. Watch on-demand
Hard-to-heal pressure injuries
What do you do if a pressure injury stops healing as expected? What factors influence wound complexity and hinder healing progress? Dr Paulo Alves shares his knowledge and experience in this webinar. Watch on-demand
Exudate management strategies for pressure ulcer: Case-based learning
In this webinar, Dr Joyce Black and Dr Hadar Lev-Tov will discuss exudate management strategies for pressure injuries, using real-world case studies to highlight best practices and approaches to treatment. Watch on-demand
Managing the burden of device related pressure injuries in vulnerable patients
Patients, particularly vulnerable ones, are at a greater risk than ever of developing device-related pressure injuries. The current healthcare crisis has exacerbated risk, and made prevention strategies a top priority, even as healthcare providers’ attention is pulled elsewhere. Watch on-demand
Fundamentals of Pressure Ulcers
This course aims to educate you on the fundamentals of Pressure Ulcers. 30 minutes.
PI prevention in prone positioned patients: driving and implementing system-wide changes to improve outcomes
Public health emergencies, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, create the need for urgent evidence-based interventions to prevent negative patient outcomes such as pressure ulcers. Hear how global experts in PU prevention manage changes in clinical practice through system-wide adoption of best practice, to help protect prone positioned patients. Tuesday 17 November 2020, 9:00 AM/6:00 PM CET Watch on-demand
PI prevention and best practices in prone positioned patients
Prophylactic multilayer foam dressings are a widely accepted method of preventing pressure ulcers in patients considered to be at ‘high-risk’. Find out how clinicians can implement dressings as part of a prevention protocol to help protect vulnerable COVID-19 patients from pressure ulcers. Thursday 12 November 2020, 9:00 AM/6:00 PM CET Watch on-demand