Baranoski, MSN, RN, CCNS-APN, CWCN, MAP-WCA, FAAN et al.
Expiration Date: 12/31/2024
- “The course content was both challenging and interesting... the advances and changes in treatment recommendations were fascinating. I recommend this material for both current handson nurses as well as those that are removed from the bedside... I learned so much and I have quite a bit of wound care experience.
- “I believe every nurse should familiarize themselves with Wound Care Essentials. Much has changed in treating patient wounds and the advancements made in treating them has had a significant positive impact in the healing of these patients.”
- “Well-organized, easy to read, good use of tables. Provides thorough information in easy to follow format. Good course for professionals involved in managing patients with wounds. Especially helpful for patients with chronic or complex wounds. Insights help guide care, anticipate needs and manage all aspects of patient care including psychological and physical needs. Also provides insights for cost efficiency.”
- “...an excellent overview of wound care principles providing an exemplary frame of reference for evidence based practice. The wound gallery photos and photos embedded in each chapter are especially helpful.”
Section A (Chapters 1-13): Quality of Life and Ethical Issues, Reimbursement Regulations, Impacting Wound Care, Legal Aspects of Wound Care, Skin: An Essential Organ, Acute and Chronic Wound Healing, Wound Assessment, Wound Bioburden and Infection, Wound Debridement, Wound Treatment Options, Nutrition and Wound Care, Pressure Redistribution: Seating, Positioning, and Support Surfaces, Pain Management and Wounds, and Skin - Challenging Conditions.
Section B (Chapters 14-26): Pressure Injuries, Venous Disease and Ulcers, Lymphedema: Complete Decongestive Therapy, Arterial Ulcers, Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Sickle Cell Ulcers, Surgical Wounds and Surgical Reconstruction, Tube, Drain, and Fistula Management, Atypical Wounds, Spinal Cord Injury Population, Adiposity and the Bariatric Patient, Pressure Injuries in Neonatal and Pediatric Populations, Palliative Skin and Wound Care, and Wound Gallery.
This program is pre-approved by the Commission for Case Manager Certification (CCMC) to provide continuing education credit to Certified Case Managers (CCMs).
Practice Point Boxes - Quick summaries of knowledge for best practices.
Essential content for training staff at wound centers and in every healthcare practice setting - ideal for updating skin and wound care policies and procedures.