Risk management for wounds in primary care

Key aspects of wound care in a primary care setting.

1. In TIME wounds will heal, part 1 (29 minutes)
Kate Gray

In TIME wounds will heal, part 1

2. In TIME wounds will heal, part 2 (31 minutes)
Kate Gray

In TIME wounds will heal [PDF, 1.9 MB]

In TIME wounds will heal, part 2

3. The patient with diabetes and foot ulceration (43 minutes)
Fiona Angus

The patient with diabetes and foot ulceration [PDF, 217 KB]

The patient with diabetes and foot ulceration

4. From skin tears to leg ulcers (25 minutes)
Liz Frost

From skin tears to leg ulcers [PDF, 2.7 MB]

From skin tears to leg ulcers

5. What dressing for what wound, part 1 (35 minutes)
Prue Lennox

What dressing for what wound, part 1

6. What dressing for what wound, part 2 (37 minutes)
Prue Lennox

What dressing for what wound [PDF, 3 MB]

What dressing for what wound, part 2

7. Aetiology of leg ulcers, criteria for referral; treatment options (48 minutes)
Mr Dillip Naik

Aetiology of leg ulcers, criteria for referral; treatment options [PDF, 5.1 MB]

Leg ulcers, criteria for referral; treatment options

8. Minor burns in primary care (unfilmed)
Angeline Upchurch

Minor burns in primary care [PDF, 1.7 MB]

Risk management for wounds in primary care

Seminar held 2 November 2015

Presenters

Kate Gray Clinical Nurse Specialist Wound Care Hutt Valley DHB

Fiona Angus Podiatrist, Hutt Valley DHB

Liz Frost District Nurse Capital & Coast DHB

Prue Lennox Clinical Leader Rehabilitation

Mr Dillip Naik Vascular & Endovascular Surgeon

Angeline Upchurch Nurse Educator, Wellington Regional Plastic Surgery & Burns Unit

These presentations are provided for professional development purposes for the benefit of qualified health practitioners and should not be relied upon for any other purpose. Any opinions offered are those of the presenter or other speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of PHARMAC. PHARMAC accepts no responsibility for the accuracy of the information provided.