Advanced Practice in Lower Limb Ulceration
For Leg Ulcer Specialist Nurses and Tissue Viability Nurses with an interest in lower limb ulceration who are already competent in application of compression bandaging
19 February, 2020
10am – 4.30pm with coffee and registration from 9.30pm
This course is accredited by the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) for Professional Accreditation until 21 July 2020.
Accreditation applies only to the educational content of the programme and does not apply to any product.
The RCN cannot confirm competence of any practitioner.
This programme will give the candidate 6 CPD credits.
Accelerate Academy, Room 1, Education Centre, St Joseph’s Hospice, Mare St, Hackney, London E8 4SA
NHS £295 (ex VAT)
Private £350 (ex VAT)
Who should attend?
Leg Ulcer Specialist Nurses and Tissue Viability Nurses with an interest in lower limb ulceration who are already competent in application of compression bandaging.
What makes a lower limb wound complex
When to use higher levels of compression than standard 40mmHg
The biomechanics of mobility and gait to enhance healing potential
Advanced bandaging skills including strapping to manage retro-malleolus ulcers
How to manage complex ulcers once healed?
- Book your place via email
- Wear suitable clothing for practical workshops
- Lunch will be provided – please inform of any dietary requirements on booking
For any queries about the training sessions please contact Karen Staines, Director of Wound Care & Education, firstname.lastname@example.org