Archive for the ‘Wound Care Mock Trial’ Category

Nutrition Tips for Wound Patients With Cancer

Friday, May 11th, 2018

Patients with wounds usually have multiple medical problems, and often the other diagnoses make meeting the nutritional plan difficult, such as when the wound patient also has cancer.

Nutrition Tips for Wound Patients With Cancer

Dr Nancy Collins

Nancy Collins, PhD, RDN, LD, NWCC, FAND

I often discuss the increased nutritional requirements to fuel wound healing. Patients need extra calories and protein each day, plus an adequate amount of fluids, the right mix of vitamins and minerals, and any adjuvant treatments, such as targeted amino acids. A question that I often am asked is how you accomplish this when the patient has an additional diagnosis that impedes or supersedes the recommended nutritional plan. It is rare that a patient presents with only a single medical problem, and sometimes the other problems pose challenges to the nutritional plan.


You Be The Judge…and Jury!

Monday, April 6th, 2015

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You Be The Judge…and The Jury!

Julia Melendez RN, BSN, JD, CWOCN
Ever wondered what it’s like to be in the courtroom defending the wound care you provided?  So what happens and how does it all work?
This session will feature a mock trial demonstration portraying pitfalls encountered in the courtroom. Brush up on your acting skills. We will be selecting participants from the audience to be the players in this lawsuit.

SESSION #403: You Be The Judge…and Jury (Interactive)  

Come join us at the Wild On Wounds National Conference September 2-5, 2015 in Las Vegas, where you will learn the current standards of care in skin and wound management. Choose from a variety of essential to advanced educational sessions which include hands-on workshops, “learn it today and do it tomorrow” training, and interactive sessions.

Spend 3+ days with onside industry experts who will provide answers to your challenging wound healing questions, one-on-one product demonstrations, and hands-on training.

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Wound Care Certification

This course offers an evidence-based approach to wound management and current standards of practice to keep clinicians legally defensible at bedside.




Diabetic Wound Certification

This course takes you through the science of the disease process, focuses on limb salvage and prevention, and covers the unique needs of a diabetic patient.




Ostomy Management Specialist Certification

This course will take you through the anatomy and physiology of the systems involved in fecal/urinary diversions. The course includes hands-on workshops and online pre-course modules.


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