WOUND MANAGEMENT RESOURCE PROGRAM
The Wound Management Resource Program is a step by step modularised course which enables the learner to develop practical skills in wound management and resource development.
This program is the equivalent of 130 hours of learning has received the following endorsements:
European Wound Management Association (EWMA) and the Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA)
- Registered, Enrolled Nurses and other qualified health care professionals practicing in an environment where wound care skills are needed.
The course is divided into 3 modules of online learning plus associated clinical assessment activities. The following areas are covered:
- Anatomy, physiology and factors affecting wound healing
- Patient and wound assessment
- Wound infection and infection control
- Pressure injuries
- Surgical wounds
- Traumatic wounds
- Lower leg ulceration
- The high risk foot
- Professional practice and evidence-based practice
A clinical skills workshop or webinars with wound management specialists supplements the program.
ASSESSMENT AND CERTIFICATION
The Wound Management Resource Program encompasses both formative and summative assessments throughout. Formative assessments allow students to evaluate their knowledge and skills against program learning outcomes. Summative assessments evaluate students understanding of key program learning outcomes and application to clinical practice environment.
On completion of the program certification is provided by William Light Education with EWMA and APNA endorsements. An option to complete individual modules without endorsements is available.
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