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NPWT Masterclass #2: Let’s talk about simplifying NPWT for closed incisions and open wounds

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NPWT Masterclass #2: Let’s talk about simplifying NPWT for closed incisions and open wounds
NPWT Masterclass #2: Let’s talk about simplifying NPWT for closed incisions and open wounds

Time & Location

29 nov. 2022, 19 h 00 – 20 h 00 HNE

Webinar

About the event

NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar: "NPWT Masterclass #2: Let’s talk about simplifying NPWT for closed incisions and open wounds"

Objectives

By the end of this medical education program participants will:

  1. Review the appropriateness and role of single use negative pressure wound therapy(sNPWT) for closed incisions and open wounds
  2. Be able to describe when to select sNPWT versus traditional negative pressure wound therapy (tNPWT)
  3. Learn tips and tricks for addressing challenging wounds
  4. Address patient factors when utilizing negative pressure wound therapy

Presented by 

Ashley Hudson, BSN, RN, NSWOCC, IIWCC, Global Clinical Strategy Manager

Ashley is a Nurse Specializing in Wound Ostomy and Continence, working with Smith+Nephew as Global Clinical Strategy Manager for Advanced Wound Management. Ashley graduated with distinction from the University of Victoria, School of Nursing Program and has since completed the International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (IIWCC), through the University of Toronto and the Wound Ostomy Continence program through Cleveland Clinic. Ashley has had experience working in home health as a wound care clinician, with previous nursing experiences in Burns and Plastics, Neurology & Spine, Surgical & Medical. Since joining Smith+Nephew 9 years ago, Ashley has worked as a Clinical Resource Specialist, National Clinical Liaison & most recently Medical Education Manager.

Abbé Benoit, BSN, RN, CWOCN, Clinical Resource Specialist

Abbé Benoit, BSN, RN, CWON has been a Registered Nurse for over 19 years with focus on Wound & Ostomy nursing for the entire length of nursing career. She currently serves as a Clinical Resource Specialist for Smith+Nephew and is an active member of WOCN Society™. Prior to joining Smith+Nephew, Abbé practiced in a variety of wound care settings including 11 years as a clinical coordinator of an outpatient wound care center in Houma, LA before moving with her family to Lafayette, LA where she worked in the inpatient setting caring for both adult and pediatric patients as well as long term acute care patients. Her passion for wound care led her to current roles as a Clinical Resource Specialist, where she aims to support clinicians in delivering the best clinical, operational, and financial outcomes.

In Partnership with Smith+Nephew

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