Be skin tear aware!
Skin tears are painful and distressing injuries that occur more often than people may realise. This common skin condition affects individuals with increased skin vulnerability and a lack of awareness means they are regularly misidentified, mistreated or even ignored.
By educating yourself, and other members of your team, you can play a key role in helping to reduce the unnecessary pain and suffering caused by skin tears. If you want to learn more on how to improve patient care, take this opportunity to join Dr. Kimberly LeBlanc, a key thought leader within this area, when she shares her insights, knowledge and experience related to skin tears.
These webinars were broadcast last year with a huge success but If you missed them, see below for more info related to what each webinar will cover. Join one or all three of them and do it when it fits your own agenda.
Clinical management of Skin Tears
A skin tear is a wound caused by mechanical forces, including removal of adhesives. It is important for all caregivers to be aware of proper techniques for providing care without causing skin tears. Join us in this webinar with expert speaker, Dr. Kimberly LeBlanc. Watch On-Demand
When skin tears don’t heal as expected
Skin tears are a common injury and not always as easy to treat as we think. During this webinar, Dr. Kimberly LeBlanc will share best practices when skin tears do not heal as expected. Watch On-Demand
Prevention and management of skin tears: implementation of a skin tear pathway
This webinar covers some of the challenges for both patients and caregivers of skin tear injuries. In this final webinar in a series of three, Dr Kimberly LeBlanc will present the steps of the Knowledge to Action Framework for planning and implementing a sustainable skin tear reduction and prevention program and provide the opportunity for questions. Thursday 10 September 9:00PM UAE / 8:00Pm KSA / 07:00PM ZA Join webinar
Dr. Kimberly LeBlanc PhD, RN, NSWOC, WOCC (C), IIWCC
Chair, Wound Ostomy Continence Institute / Institut de l’Enseignement Pour Infirmières en Plaies, Stomies et Continence. Adjunct Professor with the University of Western Ontario Masters in Wound Care Program and an Affiliate Faculty at the McGill University School of Nursing
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