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Wound Care Part 3: Types of Wounds (with CE credit)

This free course has already taken place. Contact your local Shield HealthCare representative about...

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Wound Care

Wound Care: What You Need To Know For Your Cuts, Scrapes, Grazes and Burns

In this article from ABC (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) News, learn about when it's time to take wound care up a notch and see your doctor.

Aimee Sharp
Pressure Injury Staging

Video: Pressure Injury Staging Made Easy Recorded Webinar

This recorded webinar reviews the NPUAP pressure injury staging guidelines and tissue types, providing insights and tips for quick and easy identification.

Danny Nguyen
Wound Care: Assessment and Documentation

Wound Care Part 2: Assessment and Documentation (with CE credit)

Take this free online course to learn how to perform a complete wound evaluation, including an assessment of the wound base and surrounding tissues.

Jacob Roberts
Wound Care Part 1: Physiology

Wound Care Part 1: Physiology (with CE credit)

This free course has already taken place. Contact your local Shield HealthCare representative about...

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Wound Care Nursing

The Art and Science of Wound Care Nursing

By Kara S. Couch, MS, CRNP, CWS for the American Journal of Managed Care (AJMC) National Nurses...

Aimee Sharp
Is It Infected?

Webinar Video: Is It Infected? How Do I Really Know?

All chronic wounds have bacteria residing in them. Determining how much – and how severe – are important factors for healing. Watch this webinar for free!

John Maynard
Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis

Video: Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis – Prevalence and Economic Impact

Incontinence-associated dermatitis, or IAD, is an inflammation of the skin that occurs when the skin...

John Maynard
Bandage Burns

Can Tilapia Skin be Used to Bandage Burns?

In this article, originally published by STAT News, learn the new ways that doctors are trying to bandage burns: strips of sterilized tilapia.

Aimee Sharp
how to care for a wound at home

After the Hospital: Laceration Care at Home

Learn how to care for a wound at home that has been stapled, sutured, taped, glued or simply left open to heal, and watch out for these signs of infection.

Brooke Phillips, CWCMS
Strategies to Improve Your 2018 Star Ratings Webinar: September 26
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