Hear from leading practitioners from across the wound care profession to share best practices and excellence in wound care prevention and management
The need for multi-professional collaboration and skills has been identified, and the National Wound Care Core Capabilities Framework for England sets out to benchmark high-quality provision across all health and care settings involved in the wound care and recovery process so that patients receive congruent and consistent care regardless of local or clinical setting. This framework outlines the competencies, knowledge, and behaviours required to perform high-quality, person-centred wound care across all levels of the health and social care workforce, enhancing healing times and patient outcomes as well as focusing resources efficiently.
- Find out how the wound care workforce can deliver high-quality, personalised wound care.
- Discover top new innovations in preventing surgical site infection for wound closure after a surgical procedure.
- A better understanding of how to treat global ethnic majority (GEM) wound patients with a data-lead approach.
- Hear best practices in providing a nurse-led tissue viability service that works in partnership with patients, their carers and healthcare professionals.
Dr Melanie Stephens, Associate Professor (Reader) in Adult Nursing- School of Health and Society, University of Salford
Susan Martin, Tissue Viability Specialist Nurse, Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust
Alison Schofield, Tissue Viability Team Lead and Clinical Nurse Specialist; Editor in Chief, Wound Care Today and North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation
Ayesha Marshall, Nurse Consultant Tissue Viability- South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust
Julie Hewish, National Tissue Viability Clinical Lead – Transforming Wound Care Programme, Oxford AHSN
Thank to funding received, the organisers are able to offer your organisation up to 30 fully funded places to make attendance as accessible as possible. This is only available to the NHS and voluntary sectors. Get in touch with Marc Davis to find out more
A number of FREE tickets are available, please use code WOUNDS100 at the checkout. These tickets are available on a first come first served basis