Traditional learning

Harnessing the expertise of individuals to facilitate best practice in wound care

By: Mölnlycke Health Care, May 1 2014Posted in: Traditional learning

 

The aim of the Mölnlycke Wound Academy is to produce an extensive library of educational materials and best practice documents through the working of Special Advisory Groups and to disseminate these to healthcare professionals engaged in wound care across the UK.

Wound Academy Scholarships and Awards

Every year Mölnlycke presents a series of awards and scholarships to health care professionals. Our annual scholarship programme aims to support a novice practitioner in Tissue Viability and our Innovation in Care Awards are in the field of pressure ulcer care and prevention, management of radiotherapy skin reactions and burns care. These awards recognise some great developments in advanced wound care and aid professional development. Watch the video below to find out how the Awards have impacted previous Award Winner Helen Shoker’s professional development.

 

Wound Academy Bulletin

 

 

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The Bulletins provide Health Professionals with all the latest updates in wound care from experts in the field, usefully gathered in one place. Article summaries are based on several areas of wound care categories and include:

  • Pressure Ulcer related articles
  • Leg Ulcer related articles
  • Diabetic Foot Ulcer related articles
  • Wound Dressing related articles
  • General wound care articles

Access the latest Wound Academy bulletin by clicking here.

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