Previous webcasts

Improving outcomes in hard-to-heal wounds with single-use negative pressure

This webcast explores how implementing the PICO pathway in hard-to-heal wounds supports clinical decision making, improves patient outcomes, lowers the cost of treatment and reduces the cost burden on the health economy...

Advances in pressure-relieving surfaces - a new care delivery model

Chaired by Professor Keith Harding, this second webcast for 2016, continues our discussion on the importance of optimising resources in pressure ulcer management by focusing on prevention and improving clinical outcomes. Hear from two leading clinical experts as they explore the impact of...

Patient involvement in wound care: a platform for change

In this webcast, Professor Zena Moore, focuses on the increasing importance of patient involvement in managing the burden of wound care and maintaining the sustainability of our healthcare systems...

Real-world solutions for pressure ulcer prevention

In this latest webcast, Wounds International supports the themes of the Stop The Pressure Campaign, focusing on the important role of support surfaces in our global efforts to reduce pressure ulcer incidence. Since most pressure ulcers are preventable, and resources are...

Releasing resources for improved patient care

Chaired by Professor Keith Harding, this second webcast for 2014, continued our discussion of the importance of cost-effectiveness in wound management. Deborah Simon, UK discusses a new study that measures patient-centred outcomes to demonstrate potential...

Taking Control of Wound Infection. A cost-effective approach to silver dressings

In this international webcast, the speakers highlight the importance of identifying costs of treatment and how appropriate use of products can help to provide a more cost-effective approach to wound infection. This webcast has been funded by Smith & Nephew.

Improving patient wellbeing through dressing choice

This webcast discusses the importance of wellbeing in wound care. Introduced by Professor Keith Harding, CBE, Trudie Young discusses wellbeing and the difficulties in addressing and documenting a patient’s wellbeing. Tarnia Harrison, a tissue viability...

TIME to revisit wound bed preparation

This webcast focuses on a recent review of TIME – ten years on. It re-examines the principles of TIME and their validity for current practice. Professor David Leaper highlights the latest developments and Dr Caroline Dowsett looks at the continued relevance...

Appropriate use of silver dressings in wounds

Chaired by David Leaper, this webcast reviewed the key points raised by the consensus document 'Appropriate use of silver dressings in wounds' with presentations from members of the expert working panel: Zena Moore, David Keast and Christina Lindholm....

Optimising wellbeing in people living with a wound

In the first of a new series of online Guest Lectures, Professor Christine Moffatt will discuss the impact of wellbeing in relation to wound management and present an important new consensus highlighting the role of clinicians, industry and organisations...

Understanding biofilm-based wound care: what you need to know

This webcast, broadcast in December 2011, explains what biofioms are, how common they are and the critical role they appear to have in disrupting healing. It also looks at the role of cadexomer iodine when used as part of a structured approach to wound...

Improving clinical and economic outcomes in hard to heal wounds

This webcast, broadcast in December 2011, explains what biofioms are, how common they are and the critical role they appear to have in disrupting healing. It also looks at the role of cadexomer iodine when used as part of a structured approach to wound...