Pressure Ulcer/Injury Prevention & Wound Care in Long-term Care Setting: Meeting Regulatory & Clinical Guidelines
This information-packed, full-day seminar will provide up-to-date evidence-based recommendations and CMS mandated regulations for pressure ulcer prevention, recognition, assessment, and treatment. In addition, the most frequent non-pressure etiologies (e.g. venous and arterial insufficiency, diabetic neuropathic foot ulcers, and skin tears) will be reviewed.
Focused content on the Unavoidable Pressure Ulcer aka the Kennedy Terminal Ulcer/Skin Failure will be included to assist buildings in recognizing skin failure at life’s end for the clinical team to address Quality of Life issues for residents with these unavoidable pressure ulcer/injuries. The regulatory focus of the course will be on F-Tags F684, F686, and F687. This is a basic to intermediate level course and is appropriate for the new wound care clinicians and seasoned wound management providers.
Pamela Scarborough, PT, DPT, MS, CWS, CEEAA, Director Of Public Policy & Education, AMT
This course is presented without charge as part American Medical Technologies’ educational commitment to long-term care facilities across the country. AMT Education Division is a provider of Continuing Nursing Education by the California Board of Nursing. Provider Number CEP 15291. This seminar is approved for 6.0 hours of continuing education for nurses.
Space is limited and we encourage all to register early to secure a spot. For questions, please call Beth Sherman at 412-699-0425.