Wound care in crisis: Time to change culture and practice with Wound Hygiene! (FREE WEBINAR)

Webinar Topic: Wound Care

Speaker: Dr. Leanne Atkin, PhD, MHSc, RGN, Vascular Nurse Consultant

CE Credit(s): 0

Length: 60 minutes

Price: 0

Webinar Description:
Please note: This session does not offer continuing education credit.

Since a global panel of wound care experts published the first consensus document on Wound Hygiene in March 2020, there has been a flurry of activity in support of this recently established concept in proactive wound healing.

The consensus has been bolstered by educational webinars, competency-based skills training, development of international Wound Hygiene ambassadors, and a survey of 1478 respondents published in July 2021. In addition, a global case study supplement was published in January 2022 that features a range of wound types and underlying conditions and demonstrates the improvements in wound-healing progress that can be achieved when practicing this simple four-step protocol of care. Wound Hygiene has gained its own identity and it is now an antibiofilm approach that is increasingly used in wound care all over the world.

This session will provide insights and tools to make a difference in your wound care practice. A capabilities framework will be introduced to support your professional development. Clinical outcomes and the impact of Wound Hygiene will be discussed

About the Speaker:
Dr. Leanne Atkin is a lecturer practitioner at University of Huddersfield and a vascular nurse consultant for Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. She completed her master’s degree in advanced nursing practice in 2010 and her PhD in 2017; her research focus was the treatment and management of peripheral arterial disease. Her interests include leg ulcer management, quality agenda, peripheral arterial disease and advanced wound management. She has published more than 50 articles related to lower limb ulceration pathways, vascular diseases, wound assessment and quality of life. She leads the Legs Matter campaign, initiated by a coalition of health care charities and not-for-profit organizations, which aims to raise patient and public awareness of lower limb conditions, and chairs the National Wound Care Strategy Program’s Lower Limb Clinical Workstream.
 

Webinar Learning Objectives:

  • To convey an update of activities since launch and introduce a proactive wound healing framework.
  • To introduce a capability framework.
  • To illustrate Wound Hygiene in practice and the impact on patient outcomes from a health care provider perspective.

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