CPD Courses

The Management of Pressure Ulcers and Neurogenic Skin (RNs)

Webinar • Spinal Injuries Association

About the CPD course

To provide education on neurogenic skin and; more specifically; to raise awareness of the causes; management and treatment of pressure ulcers for patients/clients with spinal cord injury (SCI). Also examines the wider impact and effects; both on SCI people and their friends and families and on the NHS/healthcare provider. There is also information on the areas of support the Spinal Injuries AssociationÂ’s Support Network Service provides. This session is delivered virtually by members of the SCI Nurse Specialist and Support Network Teams to Registered Nurses working with SCI patients/clients in non-specialist settings.

CPD Provider

Spinal Injuries Association

Spinal Injuries Association

Spinal Injuries Association

As the leading user-led spinal cord injury charity in the UK our mission is to support all those affected by SCI by advising, educating and campaigning on their behalf.

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