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Wound Care

Wound Assessment



This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is for nurses to further explore the components of, and increase their skills in performing a systematic, standardised, accurate assessment of local wound characteristics.

Topics include:

  • Characteristics of a comprehensive wound assessment
  • Standards for wound management
  • Measuring wound dimensions
  • Evaluating wound progress

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to nurses in acute care, aged care, outpatient departments, General Practice and domiciliary settings who manage people with wounds.

 






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Wound Care

Pressure Injury



This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is designed for all nurses working with patients who may be at risk, or currently have, a pressure injury. It will review risk identification and minimisation, assessment, and management of pressure injuries should they occur.

Topics include:

  • Pathophysiology of pressure injury and identification of common risk factors
  • Measures that reduce the likelihood of pressure injury
  • How to manage pressure injury

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses working in a variety of healthcare settings who care for adults who may be at risk for, or have developed, a pressure injury.






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Wound Care

Compression Therapy



This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is to assist nurses who manage people with Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Venous Leg Ulcers.

 

Topics include:

  • Applying compression therapy
  • Advantages and disadvantages
  • Patient education and compression therapy


Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to nurses working in acute care, outpatient departments, General Practice and domiciliary settings who manage people with Chronic Venous Insufficiency and Venous Leg Ulcers.






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This Video Learning Activity (VLA) is designed for nurses working in acute care, aged care, outpatient departments, General Practice and domiciliary settings who manage people requiring professional wound management.


Topics include:

  • Wound aetiology
  • Tissue identification
  • Patient and wound-related factors that will impact on wound cleansing
  • Common solutions used for wound cleansing
  • Demonstration of techniques, products and equipment

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses working in a variety of health care settings who deal with wounds and wound care on a regular basis.






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Wound Care

Wound Dressings



This Video Learning Activity (VLA) provides a comprehensive overview of wound dressings, including what to consider before selecting a dressing, the properties and functions of common wound dressings, and examples of types of wound dressings that you can use in your workplace. It will provide a broad overview of the most commonly used types of wound dressings available and will not explore all products available.

Topics include:

  • The functions and limitations of wound dressings
  • The main classes and functions of wound dressings
  • The purposes and properties of common wound dressings
  • The components to consider in implementing a wound dressing regimen

Target audience:

This VLA will be of interest to all nurses working in a variety of health care settings who manage adults that require professional wound management.






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