Members Area

Welcome to the Members Area of the Wound Care Alliance UK website.

The information in this area is only available to registered Members. 

To become a member, register here.  If you are a Member please enter your email address and password to gain access.

The Members area contains:


Wound care management videos

These videos have been taken at recent Wound Care Alliance UK events, Annual Conferences and Skills Days.  The videos are presentations given by the Trustees and invited guests.  Subjects covered include Tissue Viability, Pressure Ulcers, Wound Care Management, Wound Healing and many more interesting subjects. 

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Educational materials

Included in this section are materials published by Wound Care Alliance UK for reference by Members

  • ‘Achieving effective outcomes in patients with overgranulation’ – written by Jackie Stephen-Haynes and Sylvie Hamptons
  • ‘Pressure ulcers: managing patients at risk of or with pressure damage’ – written by Julie Evans and Jackie Griffin
  • ‘Skin assessment and skin tears’ – written by Rosie Callaghan and Jola Merrick
  • ‘Wound assessment’ – written by Michelle Greenwood and Menna Lloyd-Jones
  • ‘Compression hosiery’ – written by Jackie Stephen-Haynes

Useful documents

Documents recommended by Wound Care Alliance UK including
  • Larval Debridement Therapy
  • Guidelines on t role of NVQ Level 3 Health Care Assistant
  • Techniques in pressure damage management
  • Recognising changes in wounds and wound assessment
  • Safeguarding Adults Tissue Damage and Pressure Ulcers
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Wound Care Alliance Trustee Articles

Articles are written by Wound Care Alliance UK Trustees and published in the Quarterly copy of the ‘Tissue Viability Supplement' within the British Journal of Nursing.

Articles published:
  • Change for the better?  - by Jackie Stephen-Haynes
  • The unknowns in tissue viability - by Jeanette Milne 
  • The World of Woundcare - by Jackie Stephen-Haynes
  • Getting it right first time - by Jeanette Milne
  • 70 years of nursing progress - by Jackie Stephen-Haynes
  • Target areas in wound care - by Jeanette Milne
  • Keeping on top of changes - by Jackie Stephen-Haynes
  • Is wraparound care the future - by Jeanette Milne
  • Opportunities and suprises - by Jackie Stephen-Haynes
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