Why Wound Care Matters: Q&A with Wound Care Clinicians

Post-Acute Care
Learning Management and Training
Wound Care

About This Webinar

Complications from pressure injuries and venous wounds can seriously threaten the health of patients in all care settings. Whether the injuries develop during acute hospitalizations or short-term or long-term post-acute care, the risks are many. The evidence shows that it pays for clinicians and caregivers across the healthcare continuum to prevent pressure injuries. Why? Because wound care matters!

Chronic wounds such as pressure injuries, venous, diabetic and arterial all take a long time to heal. The longer it takes, the higher the risk of complications, which could result in infections and sometimes death. Every care setting has a responsibility to every patient to heal the wounds they have and prevent wounds from happening. Unfortunately, in the U.S., wound care is barely addressed in universities, and therefore, we have clinicians that are not up to speed with the current standards of care, creating a legal risk for them and their facilities.

Watch this webinar to discover:

  • The effects, risk factors, and early indications that can help all staff work together to prevent pressure wounds
  • Tips on identifying contributory problems as early as possible and appropriate treatments
  • Strategies for knowledge share within interdisciplinary teams
  • Impact additional education and certification has made on outcomes
  • The ROI of advanced wound care education and certification


Nancy Morgan RN, BSN, MBA, WOC, WCC, DWC, OMS

Co-Founder, Wound Care Education Institute, A Relias Company

Nicole Donachie RN, WCC

Wound Care Specialist, Youngstown Area Jewish Federation

Stanley Rynkiewicz RN, MSN, WCC, DWC, CCS, NHA

Administrator, Deer Meadows Home Health and Support Services, LLC

Trisha Dubois RN, WCC, OMS

Wound Resource Nurse, Androscoggin Home Healthcare + Hospice

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