LINK Webinar

Advanced Wound Management (CE)


Advanced Wound Management (CE)

Publication Year
90 Minutes
Session Chair
Joan Junkin, MSN, RN


Enter the code “Hartmann24” for free access to this course when you register through 12/31/24.

Webinar Description:

As healthcare professionals we are today again being asked to rise to the challenge. The COVID pandemic resulted in tighter staffing ratios which have not yet improved in most cases, yet we have sicker persons to take care of. By investing your time in this educational session, you will become more confident in the wound care you provide and in advocating for the persons you serve by recommending and providing evidence informed treatments. Small changes can save you time by helping the wound heal with less complications.

Webinar Learning Objectives:

  1. Define key components of wound bed preparation
  2. Compare dressings appropriate for each level of exudate
  3. Summarize strategies for managing exudate when edema is a complicating wound factor
  4. Identify classes of tissue-based products- cellular and acellular
  5. Appraise evidence for modalities useful in complex wounds

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Get access to over 200 scientific abstracts, publications, webinars and E-learning to expand your knowledge of wound management.

WCEI by Relias Healthcare Education

About the Wound Care Education Institute® (WCEI®)

In 2002, experienced nurses and consultants Nancy Morgan and Donna Sardina noticed a disturbing trend in healthcare. Nurses and other healthcare professionals were passionate about wound care, but access to specialized wound education was either non-existent or limited.

Determined to find a way to improve wound care outcomes and practitioners’ careers, Nancy and Donna combined their shared passion for healing by creating hands-on wound care training and structured wound care education classes. The Wound Care Education Institute® mission is to impact the lives of both individual practitioners, and the patients in need of wound care.

About the Speaker:

Joan Junkin was introduced to wound care as a research analyst for the AHCPR (now AHRQ) panel that created the first ever pressure ulcer treatment guideline. After wound education and certification, she was the wound clinical nurse specialist for a 500 bed hospital and spent 10 years building an outpatient and inpatient program to improve wound outcomes. She conducted and published the first research documenting incontinence associated dermatitis prevalence in acute care and has published in several nursing and wound journals. Since 2008 she has devoted her time to teaching in 49 states and 5 provinces in Canada. This, along with her wound consulting business gives her a broad perspective. Joan is passionate about sharing essential information for healthcare providers with just enough humor to help navigate this challenging topic.

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