CoursesBuckinghamshire New University

Buckinghamshire New University

Education

 

Wound Management (Tissue Viability)

The healthcare practitioner involved in wound care management needs to be able to develop wound assessment skills and select from an expanding range of interventions to meet the needs of patients with a variety of chronic and acute wounds. The module explores the underlying physiology and pathophysiology of wounds and relates this to evidence based practice in the management of chronic and acute wounds. The aim is for the practitioner to analyse critically and evaluate the nursing strategies that prevent tissue breakdown or promote healing and restoration of function.

Start date: February and September

Duration: 15 weeks

Attendance: One day every two weeks,  plus six clinical learning hours a week, normally taking place within your own clinical environment. This may also involve visits to other areas of specialist practice.


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Professional Development In Leg Ulcer Management

The health care practitioner involved in wound care management needs to be able to develop wound assessment skills and select from an expanding range of interventions to meet the needs of patients with a variety of chronic and acute wounds. The module explores the underlying physiology and pathophysiology of wounds and relates this to evidence based practice in the management of chronic and acute wounds. The aim is for the practitioner to analyse critically and evaluate the nursing strategies that prevent tissue breakdown or promote healing and restoration of function.

Start date: February

Duration: 15 weeks

Attendance: One day every two weeks


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Tel: 0800 0565 660

Email: advice@bucks.ac.uk or ask@bucks.ac.uk