Intermediate Wound Management Course
This course aims to provide the nurses with the knowledge and skills to support intermediate wound care that improves patients’ outcomes. It intends to benefit Registered Nurses with case examples in complex wound management such as atypical leg ulcers, burns, fungating wounds, adjuvant therapies and incontinence associated dermatitis and challenging stomas.
At this course, participants will learn to:
Differentiate common and atypical leg ulcers
Identify advanced and adjuvant wound therapies
Understand an overview of burns wound management
Describe the prevention, classification and management of incontinence associated dermatitis
Explain management of fungating breast lesion
Compare stoma appliances and insider tips relating to their usage in stoma care
Understand nursing responsibilities when managing patients on negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT), compression therapy and maggot therapy
31 January 202429 May 202412 June 202424 July 20249 October 2024
Mode of Training
Alice Lee Institute of Advanced Nursing
20 College Road, Academia
*Course fee is subject to change.
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