UWCNE Conference 2019: Wound Care Update

14.5 CNE contact hours

Date / Time

Nov 14, 2019 – Nov 15, 2019 Save to your calendar (.ics file)

Lynnwood Convention Center
3711 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036


Wound manage­ment is a dynamic and evolving area of practice in health care today. Wounds present complex challenges and pivotal oppor­tu­ni­ties for multi­dis­ci­pli­nary teams to collab­o­rate and improve the health status of patients. This confer­ence addresses current scien­tific, clinical and profes­sional practice issues across care settings related to acute and chronic wounds, including evidence-based and multi­dis­ci­pli­nary strate­gies for assessing and inter­vening to achieve successful outcomes. Speakers will assume that partic­i­pants have a basic under­standing of wound manage­ment princi­ples. Presen­ta­tions will update the profes­sional with recent changes to practice. Teaching methods include lecture, discus­sion and case studies.

This confer­ence is intended for nurses, nurse practi­tioners and other inter­ested health care profes­sionals in all settings including acute, ambula­tory, home health, hospice, long-term, rehabil­i­ta­tion and transi­tional care.

Upon comple­tion of this confer­ence, partic­i­pants will be better able to:

Day 1 -

  1. Apply techniques of biofilm-based wound care to stimu­late healing of chronic wounds.
  2. Correctly utilize advanced wound healing treat­ments to stimu­late healing of chronic wounds.
  3. Define Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP) and Ultra Sound therapy in wound healing and effect on microenvironment.
  4. Engage health care practi­tioners in the human side of providing care.
  5. Discuss current medical manage­ment of ulcer­a­tive colitis and Crohn’s.

Day 2 —

  1. Recog­nize how pressure ulcers are evalu­ated for surgical reconstruction.
  2. Describe how they might use a frame­work to approach the initial evalu­a­tion of atypical wounds, and discuss manage­ment consid­er­a­tions for certain atypical wounds.
  3. Describe common rashes seen in patients with chronic wounds.
  4. Evaluate and treat complex wound compli­ca­tions resulting from colorectal surgery.
  5. Discuss pouching and skin care strate­gies for patients with complex wounds in conjunc­tion with challenging ostomy appli­ance needs.
  6. Describe the types of wounds in this population. 

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Lynnwood Convention Center
3711 196th St SW
Lynnwood, WA 98036