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Exeter Skills Day 2020


Next Wound Care Alliance UK event
Wound Care Skills Day 2020
16th April 2020
Sandy Park Conference Centre,
Sandy Park Way, Exeter EN2 7NN
Registration fee £10.00
(includes lunch and refreshments)

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Wound Care Alliance UK - Providing training and education by experienced

wound care professionals for the non - specialist which can then be applied in

any care setting.

Who we are

We are a charitable organisation providing training and education by experienced wound care professionals for the non - specialist which can then be applied in any care setting.

The primary objective of the Wound Care Alliance UK is the development and promotion of multi-disciplinary best practice in the prevention, assessment, management and maintenance of wounds.

What we do

We aim to provide a range of accessible Tissue Viability information and resources for individuals including compression hosiery, dressing selection, skin tears, wound assessment and pressure ulcer prevention.

Articles written by Wound Care Alliance UK trustees are published in the British Journal of Nursing Tissue Viability supplement, a copy of which is sent free to all fully registered members.

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8th Annual Conference Presentations

View videos taken at Cambridge, October 2018

Pressure Ulcer prevention and equipment
Sepsis and wounds: what you need to know
Wound Assessment
Common skin challenges, taking a history, examining lesions, treating and referring
The challenge of tissue viability in clients with mental health conditions

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BJN Awards
Nominations are invited for

British Journal of Nursing 'The Awards 2020'

Wound Care Nurse of the Year

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Nurses providing wound and pressure care play a vital role in the patients treatment
pathway.  Wounds such as pressure ulcers, chronic wounds and burns can negatively impact
on a patients quality of life, and the prevention, treatment and care given by health
professionals will make all the difference to their experience and outcomes.  The award
recognises nurses and/or teams providing excellent, innovative and life-changing care to
patients with a variety of wounds.

Do any of your colleagues deserve recognition?
Have you excelled in clinical practice?

For further details and to nominate see
and click on the category 'Wound Care Nurse of the Year'.