designed to address issues specific to the people with diabetes. The content is developed for clinicians in all settings who are managing people with diabetes in an effort to reduce the diabetes-related complications, specifically those related to foot injury, ulcers, and lower arterial extremity disease leading to amputation.
designed to meet all requirements for the didactic component for board certification in wound care by the WOCNCB. The course is designed as a 9-day course and meets Foot and Nail Care content for board certification. You may enroll for the entire course for a greater discount or mix and match days/weeks that you may be able to attend to meet completion of all modules. 60 CE’s – 9.0 day course
This comprehensive day is focused on the LE and typical etiologies for lower extremity wounds. Curriculum to be delivered will be on assessment, documentation, prevention, intervention, patient education, referral, and continued follow-up in an effort to prevent recurrence, amputation, and septicemia.
This course has been designed for the therapist and nurse dealing with upper extremity and hand injuries. Topics will include topical wound care, use of adjunctive therapies, edema, lymphedema management, and factors affecting healing. Vendors will be available for sharing products and value added services. Frequent meals and a free leaf tea and Honduran coffee bar will be featured during every break.