Preventing Pressure Injuries (PCAs and AINs)

CPD
37m

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Lecture Overview

Aimed at personal care assistants (PCAs) and assistants in nursing (AINs), this session provides learning on what causes a pressure injury, who is most at risk and best-practices for repositioning immobile patients to reduce pressure to an area.

Educators

Portrait of Melinda Brooks
Melinda Brooks

Melinda Brooks has worked in wound management for more than 20 years in a variety of settings from the Victorian Adult Burns Unit to community nursing to research and lecturing in wound care at both Monash and Latrobe Universities. Melinda works in private practice as a nurse practitioner in wound management, following her endorsement in 2013. Her work is mainly in aged care and the community, providing consultancy and education. In 2016, Melinda and two colleagues began 'Wounds R Us' – a collaboration that provides wound management education to clinicians around Melbourne. Melinda has presented at many state and national conferences and thrives on teaching others about the importance of holistic wound management. Melinda is currently a member of the Wounds Australia Education Pillar and committee member of the Wounds Australia national conference 2018. See Educator Profile

Details
CPD37m of CPD
First Published24 March 2019
Updated24 March 2019
Expires
02 December 2021
Topics
Aged Care
Residential Aged Care
Primary Health Care
Wound Management
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