4 Part Educational Series on Pressure Injury Prevention & Management
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Pressure Injury Prevention
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Pressure Injuries are highly preventable, but extremely difficult to treat. Sign up to receive a full copy of our 4 part educational series on pressure injuries and learn more about the underlying causes of PIs, symptoms, as well as why pressures injuries can be so difficult to treat.
It’s essential that we spread awareness regarding the dangers of these unpleasant sores, so that you and your patients can count on 24/7 support towards pressure injury prevention.
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We cover all facets about pressure injury, and it is written for occupational therapists and allied health carers. We cover:
What is pressure injury •What causes pressure injury •Identifying a Pressure Injury •Prevention is Key •Pressure Injury Equipment
This “Stop the Pressure” educational series, ebook, and an additional presentation, are prepared based upon the Clinical Practice Guideline for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury 2019.
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. Safety and Quality Improvement Guide Standard 8: Preventing and Managing Pressure Injuries (October 2012). Sydney: ACSHQC; 2012. (June 2017).
Miles SJ, Fulbrook P, Nowick T, Franks C. Decreasing pressure injury prevalence in an Australian general hospital: A 10-year review. Wound Practice & Research: Journal of the Australian Wound Management Association 2013;21:148–56
Australian Commission on Safety and Quality in Health Care. National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (second edition). Sydney 2017
Australian Wound Management Association. Pan Pacific Clinical Practice Guideline for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury 2019