For anyone who missed or would like to review our recent “Goodbye Wet-to-Dry Dressing Wound Care – The Good, the Bad, the Options” webinar, presented by and featuring Dr. Don Wollheim MD, FAPWCA, WCC, DWC of the Wound Care Education Institute – you can find the recording and supplemental material below! If you’d like to receive CE credit for watching this webinar, please scroll down and read the instructions (please do so before watching the video).*
In this hour-long webinar, you can learn about the the indications and contraindications of wet-to-dry dressings and offer options and alternatives for clinicians to utilize for wound treatment. Additionally, viewers should be able to, upon finishing the video, identify indications and contra-indications for wet-to-dry dressing and choose evidence-based wound debridement options based upon wound characteristics.
*To receive CE Credit for watching this webinar, first head over to the Wound Care Education Institute’s site. You cannot receive CE credit by watching the video above.
Once on this webinar’s page on WCEI’s site, you can register and then view the recorded webinar. On the first page, you will notice that it says the cost receive the CE credit is $10. For viewers coming through Shield HealthCare, we are able to offer a special code that will waive that fee. The code is: SHIELD
After you have created an account and used the above code, you will be able to watch the video for free. After viewing, WCEI will email an evaluation to you. Once you complete the evaluation, your CE will be emailed to you automatically.
For more information, see related articles and skin care resources here:
- Request Your Copy of Our Wound Management Guide
- Webinar Video and Slides: Pressure Injury – Choosing the Right Treatment
- Identifying Pressure Ulcers Webinar: Video and Supplemental Material
- Pressure Ulcer Staging Guide
- Video: The Financial Impact of Pressure Ulcers
- Move Every Two: Repositioning Patients to Prevent Pressure Ulcers
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