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Professional development and training through interactive, instructor-led training programs.

Our online training programs in real-time offer continuing education contact hours that highlight the latest clinical standards and practical solutions to manage wounds.  Select an upcoming live webinar* for more details, including the cost and CE offered.

Technology Requirements: Live webinars are typically offered through GoToWebinar. To ensure your experience is disruption free, run a system's compatibility check

Interested in viewing an on-demand webinar? WCEI® has an extensive library of on-demand CE webinars.
*By Wild on Wounds Productions and Wound Care Education Institute®

Upcoming Live Webinars

 

Date        
Topic
11/5/2019
3:00 pm EST













12/11/2019
12:00 pm EST
















 
HOW TO: Debridement Options - BEAMS Made Easy 
Description: The wound needs to be debrided...What do you do? A sharp clinician knows which debridement method is needed. But which methods are selective and which are non-selective? This webinar will shed some light on the easiest way to remember which is which..

Learning Objectives: Upon completing this session you will be able to:
1.    List 5 major types of debridement
2.    Discuss the difference between selective and non-selective methods
3.    Identify appropriate use of the major types of debridement.

Speaker: Bill Richlen PT, WCC, DWC, Clinical Instructor
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Nutrition from A to Zinc 
Description: A, B, C, D, Zn, Arg, Glu, HMB, and so many more! It is alphabet soup when it comes to deciphering the nutritional components necessary for wound healing. This session will review the important macro- and micronutrients your patients need. An optimal diet will meet your patients' needs, but how many of them are consuming an optimal diet every single day?.

Learning Objectives: Upon completing this session you will be able to:
1.    Describe the nutritional components necessary to fuel the wound healing process.
2.    Explain how poor nutritional status impacts the body's ability to heal a wound.
3.    Implement at least 2 new nutritional strategies to enhance wound healing.

Speaker: Nancy Collins PhD, RDN, LD, NWCC, FAND, Registered Dietitian, Light Bulb Health, Inc.
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