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The Future of Nursing in Wound Care: Integrating Technology for Improved Wound Care Delivery

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The Future of Nursing in Wound Care: Integrating Technology for Improved Wound Care Delivery
The Future of Nursing in Wound Care: Integrating Technology for Improved Wound Care Delivery

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Mar 19, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. EDT

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About the event

NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar: "The Future of Nursing in Wound Care: Integrating Technology for Improved Wound Care Delivery"

Objectives

1. Describe the latest technologies used in remote wound care, and how these tools can support nursing practices and improve patient outcomes.

2. Gain insights into effective strategies for using technology to enhance wound care, including best practices for remote patient engagement and monitoring.

3. Determine techniques and skills to adapt and integrate technology into your wound care practice through practical applications and case studies.

4. Analyze remote wound care case studies that successfully integrated technology into wound care.

5. Evaluate the role of technology in educating and engaging patients in their wound care.

Presented by

Judy Vondrasek BScN, RN, NSWOC, WOCC(C)

Judy Vondrasek is a CNA Certified NSWOC and Advanced Practice Clinician at St. Joseph’s Care Group in Thunder Bay Ontario.

Her career in health care spans 20 years in various nursing and allied health positions. Her current area of practice is at a very busy Wound Ostomy and Continence clinic serving Northwestern Ontario catchment area via in person and Telemedicine appointments.

Allison Luther, BKIN, BScOT Reg(Ont.), MClSc-WH

Allison is currently the manager of the Regional Wound Care Program for St Joseph’s Care Group in Thunder Bay. Allison’s role largely includes equity and access to evidence informed wound care, in which leveraging virtual technology plays a huge role. Allison is currently the implementation lead for Lower Limb Preservation in Northwestern Ontario, in which TeleVU has been deployed across 9 sites to improve wound healing outcomes in Northern Ontario.

Prachi Sharma, BTech

Prachi is a versatile professional currently leveraging her skills as Change Management Lead at St. Joseph's Care Group to drive organizational transformation and effectiveness. She is leading the training and onboarding of the Program across the 9 sites.

In partnership with TeleVU

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