Tue, May 10|
Pressure Injury Quality Improvement: A Multifaceted Approach
Pressure Injury Quality Improvement: A Multifaceted Approach In partnership with Medline Canada
Time & Location
May 10, 2022, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. EDT
About the event
NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar Pressure Injury Quality Improvement: A Multifaceted Approach Date & Time Tuesday, May 10, 2022 from 7:00pm-8:00pm EDT Learning Objectives Participants attending this session will: 1. Review a pressure injury quality improvement initiative 2. Examine common successes and challenges for pressure injury quality improvement 3. Review multifaceted approaches that may be transferrable to other locations Presented by Laurie Goodman, RN, BA, MHScN, IIWCC
Laurie completed her Masters of Health Science in Nursing degree with a focus on education and interprofessional teaching. Leading and educating interprofessional teams and patients at Credit Valley Hospital (for 21 years) and Humber River Hospital (for 3 years), Laurie provided expert clinical support. Working at the Toronto Regional Wound Healing Clinic in Mississauga with Dr. Gary Sibbald and his interprofessional wound team, Laurie had the opportunity to lead the community project with the Mississauga Halton community services (formerly known as CCAC). Laurie continues to play a role on team for Ontario ECHO Skin & Wound Care.
For over a decade as a Co-Director and the Course Coordinator for International Interprofessional Wound Care Course (the IIWCC in Canada) at University of Toronto, Laurie has supported interprofessional learners to achieve optimal success in their educational journey. Laurie currently is supporting faculty for the IIWCC in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Recently the private consulting company, Laurie Goodman Consulting, offers unique and customized educational services related to wound care.
Laurie is a peer reviewer for several journals, including Wounds Canada – Diabetic Foot Journal and Advances Skin & Wound Care published from the USA. Laurie has been a co-author on numerous peer reviewed publications including Wound Bed Preparation 2012 and 2021 and has been on several RNAO Best Practice Guideline panels. Laurie has previously lectured both nationally and internationally.
In partnership with Medline Canada