Wound Care Service Models in Community Nursing
4 April 2022
How can lower limb wound care service models provide help for an overstretched community workforce?
This event focussed on workforce challenges in community nursing and innovative solutions that can provide the release of resources by using an advanced model of self-care.
The speakers explored how tailored education and support can reduce face-to-face appointments to every six weeks rather than 2-3 appointments per week whilst maintaining patient outcomes.
- Dr Crystal Oldman CBE, RN, RHV, Chief Executive, The Queen’s Nursing Institute
- Professor Alison Leary PhD RN FRCN, Chair of Healthcare & Workforce Modelling, London South Bank University
- Laura Hallas Hoyes, Lead Tissue Viability Nurse, South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust
- Lou Patten, Chief Executive, NHSCC, Director of ICS Network
- Dr Una Adderley, Director, National Wound Care Strategy Programme, Visiting Associate Professor, School of Healthcare, University of Leeds
Please use the following password to access the recordings: woundcare@040422
- Wound care service models in community nursing by Laura Hallas Hoyes
- ICS developments and why self-care fits into this? by Lou Patten
- National wound care strategy programme by Dr Una Adderley
This event was free thanks to L&R. L&R has more than 160 years of experience producing outstanding wound care and compression therapy products.