Adopting new technology to detect pressure injuries early

About the event

Join us as we discuss how technology can be used to predict the formation of pressure injuries up to 5 days before visible signs.

The Arjo pressure injury prevention series provides healthcare professionals with tools to understand and deliver best-practice pressure injury prevention to drive healthier outcomes. Each topic will give you a full understanding of how pressure injuries develop, how to recognise a pressure injury on development and which holistic strategies can be implemented to prevent this avoidable healthcare condition.  

Key Learning Objectives

  • How can technology predict the formation of pressure injuries

  • How to implement such technology

  • How does technology improve the management of pressure injuries

Don’t forget to register for the other webinars in this series

About the speaker

We will be joined by Steve Wills, Executive Care Manager at Peninsula Village, who will provide his experience in implementing technology to better detect pressure injury risk and how this technology has changed the way pressure injuries are managed at a large aged care provider facility in NSW. Peninsula Village is the first aged care facility to put in practice the pressure injury early detection protocol in Australia.

This session will be co-hosted by Charlotte Piper, Provizio SEM Scanner specialist


Wednesday, 05 July 2023
5:00 pm AEST to 5:30 pm AEST
Add to Calendar 07/05/2023 5:00PM 07/05/2023 5:30PM Australia/Brisbane Adopting new technology to detect pressure injuries early Join ACN and ARJO for a 3 part series on pressure injury prevention Online


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