Posts Tagged ‘Wound Central’

WOUND CENTRAL IPHONE APP

Thursday, October 21st, 2010
The Next Generation in Wound Care Resources!

Trying to find the best wound care resources can be difficult. Now, nurses, physicians, therapists as well as students can use a new revolutionary wound care resource tool offered exclusively from WCEI. Introducing the WoundCentral iPhone APP (Blackberry Users…Coming Soon)

WOUND CENTRAL APP

“Wound Central” puts everything you need as a clinician in one centralized location and in the palm of your hand!

The Wound Central iPhone app features include:

• Wound care image library
• Step-by-step treatment videos
• Anatomical reference guides
• Keyword search function
• Instant Information on virtually
every type of wound including:

o    Arterial
o    Venous
o    Draining
o    Yellow
o    Epiboly
o   and much more…

iPhone Users
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD

Blackberry Users CLICK HERE

To Report APP ISSUES CLICK HERE

For more information about becoming Wound Care Certified, please visit WCEI at http://www.wcei.net

Wound Photos Resource

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

Wound Central

As Wound Care Certified professionals, one of our responsibilities is to educate our patients and peers as well as staying informed. In a series of upcoming blog posts, Wound Care Resources Series, we will be sharing information about available resources to our Wound Care Certified and Health Care provider community.

Today we will be sharing information about a Wound Photo CD Resource that is available through WoundCentral.com. This CD is filled with various images of wounds and skin conditions for use in educational and training programs. On this CD you will find images of pressure ulcers, lesions, venous and arterial wounds, diabetic wounds and close up pictures of tissue types. This CD is a great for adding visual reinforcement to you educational activities.

The Wound Photo CD has over 150 photographic images in high quality JPEG Format. All images can be downloaded into other programs or printed. This is perfect for Powerpoint Presentations.

Image Categories include:

  • Skin Lesions
  • Lower Extremity Wounds
  • Tissue Types
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Tissue Types
  • Other Wounds
  • Miscellaneous

You can find more information about this Wound Photo CD or purchase this resource at WoundCentral.com

For more information about becoming Wound Care Certified and our Skin and Wound Management Course, please visit http://www.wcei.net/course_info

Wound Photos Resource

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

Are you a wound care certified nurse or nurse manager that needs to inservice or teach your staff about wound care? Are you looking for quality wound photos or wound pics of various types of wounds and skin conditions including Stage I through Stage IV pressure Ulcers? Maybe you need a wound photo resource to get a power point presentation or some handouts to teach your staff or patients about wound care. WCEI Co-founder Nancy Morgan RN discusses a resource for photos that is available at WoundCentral.com

WCEI Spotlight: Donna Sardina RN

Sunday, March 22nd, 2009

Donna Sardina RN

Donna Sardina has 27 years of nursing experience and an extensive background in long term care.  She has been a wound specialist for ten years.   Donna attended nursing school at Angelina College in Texas and  earned her Registered Nursing degree.  She and also has a Master’s Degree in Health Care Administration.  She is a well-known writer in the field of wound care education, and is a regular columnist for several magazines including McKnight Long Term Care News and LPN 2009, as well as a contributing writer for Advances In Wound & Skin Care magazine.  In addition to writing much of the course material for WCEI, Donna has written several books and manuals on the topic of wound care education including the Wound and Skin Care Resource Manual, a popular industry policies and procedures manual and The Wound and Skin Care Pocket Guide Handbook. She has also written a new training module for pressure ulcer treatment as well as multiple easy-to-use reference guides on a variety of topics for clinical use.  All of Donna’s materials are available for purchase through Wound Central. Discounts are offered to all Wound Care Education Institute students and graduates.

Donna will be discussing Wound Care and LTC Regulations Live on McNight’s Online Expo on March 25th. Registration is FREE and can be found by clicking here.