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Palliative Wound Management Basics (Parts 1, 2 & 3)

Wednesday, August 10th, 2011
Donna Sardina and Nancy Morgan

Palliative Wound Management Basics (Parts 1, 2 & 3) will be presented by Donna Sardina RN, MHA, WCC, Nancy Morgan RN, BSN, MBA, WOCN, WCC, CWCMS, Co-Founders WCEI at this year’s Wild on Wound National Conference in Las Vegas in September 7-10.2011.

This session will discuss the goals of Palliative Wound Management . Our approach to wound care is less aggressive, and we encounter many challenges. We’ll discuss those challenges, which include: wound odor, excessive bleeding, exudate, necrotic tissue, pain, peri-wound breakdown, itching, and body image and caregiver skills. We’ll learn about some of the wounds encountered in Palliative care such as Kennedy Terminal Ulcer, Marjolin, Kaposi Sarcoma, Fungating wounds, pressure ulcers, and fistulas. The session will provide you with knowledge on topical products and interventions you can utilize for palliative wound management

For more information about the Wound Care Education Institute, please visit http://www.wcei.net.

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SCALE Skin Changes at Life’s End

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

The Wild on Wounds National Seminar will be held on September 23-25 in Las Vegas NV at The Paris Hotel. Continuing our session highlights, SCALE: Skin Changes at Life’s End will be presented by Karen Kennedy Evans, RN, FNP, PA, KL Kennedy LLC, of Tucson AZ.

Unavoidable skin changes may occur at Life’s end despite optimal care that meets or exceeds the standard of care. This session will review the consensus findings of an inter-disciplinary expert panel of key leaders from the wound care industry on changes in the skin at life’s end, with a focus on avoidable versus unavoidable. Presented by Karen Lou Kennedy, the developer of the concept of a terminal pressure ulcer, aka Kennedy Terminal Ulcer


Like the other sessions, this one is sure to be full of valuable information about skin care issues at Life’s End

For more information about other sessions at this year’s Wild On Wounds National Conference or to Register, check out http://www.wcei.net

For information about becoming Wound Care Certified, check out our website’s information page about WCEI’s Skin and Wound Management Course