Dear Educate Simplify Friends,
Wound Care course anyone?
Come and pick the brains of our Wound Care Nurse Expert :
Deborah Zaricor, RN, WOCN
Join us on Saturday February15th, 2014
starting @ 9 am
Take advantage of the Early Bird discount:
1. Early Bird Registration
2. Standard Registration - still get a discount via our website
Remember to type in this "Anytime" promo code -- wound15
** This course is approved for 8 BRN and BVNPT CEUs
This activity has been submitted to the Arizona Nurses Association for approval to award contact hours. The Arizona Nurses Association is accredited as an approver of continuing nursing education by the American Nurses Credentialing Center's Commission on Accreditation.
The content experts/faculty/presenters/authors have no relevant financial relationship to declare.
Critera for Successful Completion:
X Attendance at entire activity
X Completed evaluation form
X Achieving passing score of at least 84% on post-test
The learner apply skin anatomy as to how it relates to wound healing.
The learner differentiate between the different types of wounds.
> Identify three common non-pressure related wound types
> Identify 3 factors that affect wound closure
The learner distinguish the 6 stages of pressure ulcers.
The learner discover which patients are at risk to develop a pressure ulcer and will apply the appropriate pressure ulcer preventive interventions.
The learner give examples of the objectives of wound healing.
The learner will apply wound assessment skills with demonstration of thorough documentation of wounds
> Describe the importance of appropriate documentation
The learner will demonstrate application of different types of wound dressings
> Demonstrate the correct technique for obtaining wound cultures
> Identify and discuss dressing selection based on patient goals for care
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