Pressure Care Management Level 2
The Pressure Care Management Level 2 webinar is specifically designed to provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with essential information on the cause, prevention, and care of pressure sores, also known as pressure ulcers.
During the 3-hour duration of the webinar, participants will engage in interactive learning activities and receive comprehensive instruction on various aspects of pressure sore management. The webinar is facilitated by an experienced trainer who utilizes various instructional methods to enhance participant engagement and understanding.
Upon successful completion of the webinar, participants will receive a certificate that is valid for three years. This certificate serves as evidence of their achievement and competence in pressure sore management. It signifies their commitment to providing quality care and promoting the well-being of individuals at risk of pressure sores.
- List the classifications of skin ulcers
- Explain the treatment and prevention of pressure sores
- Person centred care
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