A new horizon for LOWER LIMB and FOOT CARE
Monday 22 March 2021 0930-16.00
Entry is FREE to practicing Healthcare Professionals only via the Zoom Meeting platform
Tissue Viability Nurses, Vascular Nurses, Podiatrists, Leg Ulcer Specialists, Lymphoedema Specialists, General Practitioners, experienced District Nurses/ Practice Nurses providing lower limb care, Dermatology Nurses.
- Sarah Gardner, Independent Tissue Viability Consultant, TVS Trustee & Vice Chair of Legs Matter
- Dr Una Adderley, Director of the National Wound Care Strategy Programme
- Dr Leanne Atkin, Vascular Nurse Specialist, Mid Yorkshire NHS Trust. Lecturer University of Huddersfield, Council member of Society Vascular Nurses (SVN) and Chair of Legs Matter
- Margaret Sneddon, Chair of the British Lymphology Society (BLS) and Honorary Senior Research Fellow in University of Glasgow and Rebecca Elwell, Macmillan Lymphoedema ANP and Team Leader for University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust
- Gill Sykes, Advanced Podiatrist at Harrogate and District NHS Trust
Following the publication of the National Wound Care Strategy Programme (NWCSP) lower limb recommendations there has not been a better time to challenge sub-optimal lower limb care and to implement a pathway that will improve the outcomes for patients. Knowledgeable clinicians with advanced skills in lower limb wound care are essential to the success of this programme.
This study day will provide delegates with an advanced level of knowledge relating to non-diabetic foot ulceration, lymphoedema and lower limb vascular disease, all key areas of the NWCSP lower limb strategy.
In addition, delegates will receive information relating to the NWCSP lower limb priorities and have the opportunity to ask questions of the Programme Director.
At the end of this study day, delegates will have:-
- A greater understanding of the evidence-based interventions that make up the NWCSP lower limb recommendations and their role in implementing these.
- An enhanced knowledge of lower limb vascular assessment and the clinical interventions used to treat lower limb vascular disease.
- A greater understanding of non-diabetic foot ulceration and the evidence-based approach to managing this condition.
- A greater understanding of lower limb oedema and how unmanaged disease progression can lead to avoidable complications.
There will also be an interactive virtual exhibition of wound care products and preventative aids from our industry partners.
All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance on completing the course.
The event can count for up to 5 hours of participatory learning.
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