1800 061 660
You're not current logged in - if you have already purchased this item, please log in to access
This program is offered exclusively to ACN members. - Please join or renew today to have access to this program.
This comprehensive series provides learners with evidence-based information in relation to comprehensive wound assessment and management.
This series comprises of three modules:
Module 1: Fundamentals of Wound Assessment
The skin is the body’s largest organ and an integral part of the integumentary system. Nurses are required to have a thorough understanding of the anatomy and physiology of the skin and wound physiology to ensure effective wound management. Through this module you will gain greater knowledge and understanding of the structure and functions of skin and the principles of wound healing.
Module 2: Principles of Wound Management
Wound management is an important skill to master as a healthcare professional, to ensure appropriate and timely wound healing. This module will explore the principles of wound management including wound assessment, wound cleansing, dressing techniques and considerations of antibiotic management.
Module 3: Chronic and Complex Wound Management
In this module you will explore the factors leading to wound chronicity as well as learn to identify different chronic and complex wound types including aetiologies. You will also gain understanding of the principles of chronic and complex wound assessment including the importance of wound cleansing and wound debridement in the management of chronic wounds.
To complete this course, you must watch the video. You may return to this page at any time to continue watching the video, however you will need to remember where you left off so you can find that place again when you visit next.
To show that you have completed this course, you must tick the box to show you have completed and then click Submit. This will then be closed and marked as completed.
* REQUIRED - Please mark complete and click submit
Content Type: Elearning module
CPD Hours: 11.00
Created: Friday, 17 February 2023
Back to CPD Centre