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Reducing Hospital Acquired Pressure Ulcers and Managing Wounds


Reducing hospital-acquired conditions, like the development of pressure ulcers, can pose a challenge for certain high risk populations. Additionally, finding a dressing to manage wound fluid while addressing patient-dignity concerns can be difficult. During this presentation, you will hear from a wound, ostomy, and continence nurse who has been in the trenches, and will share how she was able to improve clinical outcomes while reducing the costs associated with pressure ulcer incidence and wound management.


  • Identify new techniques to manage wound fluid while addressing patient
    dignity concerns
  • Learn how to reduce costs associated with pressure ulcer incidence and
    wound management
  • Develop a comprehensive pressure ulcer prevention plan that will improve
    clinical outcomes

Target audience

This complimentary webinar is intended for all wound care nurses and clinicians practicing in chronic care hospitals and long term acute care facilities.


Beth Clarke, RN, MSC(A), MBA, CWOCN
Advanced Practice Nurse, Wound Management
BridgePoint Active Healthcare
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Terry Coggins, MSN, RN, CWCN
Manager, Clinical Affairs and Medical Education
Smith & Nephew, Advanced Wound Management

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