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Good skin care guidance

On Demand
Up-coming Webinar

Our skin acts as a barrier to our internal systems that are essential for our health and well-being. Within this webinar you will learn about taking positive steps to ensure you are doing all you can for your patients to improve their skin integrity and give the best outcome to prevent any breakdown.

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This webinar will be released on: 
April 4, 2023

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand why good skin care is essential
  • Understand the cascade of events that lead to vulnerable skin
  • Understand the methods and strategies of good skin care

Meet our Experts

Sarah Thompson
Sarah Thompson
Tissue Viability Nurse

Sarah has always had a keen interest in Tissue Viability since becoming a registered nurse in 2002. Her experience varies from within a community setting, where she completed her Tissue Viability based degree in 2007. She then worked within the private sector to gain additional advanced wound care skills whilst working with a medical devices company specialised in wound healing. In 2010, Sarah became a Tissue Viability Nurse and shaped a specialised service within the acute sector for 7 years before returning to the community setting as a TVN.

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