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Presentation 1:Pivoting Towards Pressure Injury World Class Care
Speaker: Dr. Michelle Barakat Johnson (PhD, MN, RN), Clinical Lead and Nurse Manager Skin Integrity | Sydney Local Health District. HAC Operational Coordinator for Pressure Injury, Sydney Local Health District. Clinical Senior Lecturer| Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney. Adjunct Associate, Professor | Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology. Health Commander| SLHD Flying Squad, Sydney Airport
Overview: Facility-acquired pressure injuries are one of the most common, potentially serious complications that have a significant impact on patients. Processes employed to implement best evidence guidelines on the prevention and management of pressure injuries play a significant role in influencing outcomes. This webinar will focus on processes and learnings of translating best evidence into practice leading to positive practice change, health service cost avoidance and benefits and improved patient outcomes in a shorter time frame than previous strategies.
What to expect: The listener will feel ready, more confident and informed to tackle pressure injuries in whatever setting they work in. If one can avoid pressure injuries amid the COVID-19 pandemic, one can avoid them anywhere at any time.
Presentation 2: Our new reality – Working in a COVID-19 world & managing Pressure Injuries
Speaker: Hayley Ryan (RN, MBA, PGCertWM, AICGG, Cert IV TAA, PhD Candidate), Director | Chair of the Board/WoundRescue | Wounds Australia
Overview: Incidence of PIs and the shift in BAU, Re-shaping mindsets to stay focused on wound management, Impact on patients and staff, Pressure Injuries – do not discriminate!, Case studies
What to expect: Participants will hear about the complex nature of managing wounds during a pandemic when BAU shifts to thinking outside the box. Case studies will highlight these complexities with a demonstration of how to overcome this diversity.
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Clinical Lead and Nurse Manager Skin Integrity | HAC Operational Coordinator for Pressure Injury | Clinical Senior Lecturer | Adjunct Associate Professor | Health Commander/Sydney Local Health District | Faculty of Medicine and Health, University of Sydney | Faculty of Health, Queensland University of Technology | SLHD Flying Squad, Sydney Airport