In this webinar the audience will learn about the definitions of undisturbed wound healing and review case studies utilizing different dressings to promote undisturbed wound healing.
Dr. Tod Brindle, Dot Weir, and Karen Edwards will share:
- A brief discussion on the multiple definitions of undisturbed wound healing
- Case studies that utilize some traditional dressings and newer options to promote undisturbed wound healing on a variety of cases.
- The impact leaving a dressing in place can have on the patient, the wound, the practitioner, and the costs
Meet the experts
Dot Weir, RN CWS CWON
Certified Wound and Ostomy Nurse.Certified Wound Specialist. Co-chair for SAWC and founding Board Member of the AAWC. Consultant and educator at Catholic Health’s Advanced Wound Healing Center, Buffalo, NY
Karen Edwards, BSN RN MSS CWON
Certified Wound, Ostomy and Continence care nurse, University of Alabama, Birmingham. Expert knowledge in wound care, prevention and deep experience in Home Health nursing, intensive care. Certified diabetes educator.
Dr. Tod Brindle, PhD, MSN, RN, CWCN
Medical Director, Mölnlycke Health Care,US. Wound care clinical lead at Medical College of Virginia, VCU Medical Center, Richmond, Virginia. Former board member of the American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Commission Board, Board of Directors for AAWC and former co-chair for WOCN National Conference Planning Committee