Jan obtained a masters in wound care in 2009 and runs a wound clinic in a large metropolitan general practice ashwood medicalthrough her own business jan has been acting as a consultant to over 80 aged care facilities and a resource for divisions of general practice and surgeons within victoria. Wound dressings quick reference guide which is available to provide nursing services to patients post admission or as ongoing outpatients and can include wound care as requested by medical or nursing staff patients are firstly reviewed in clinic times and if additional dressings are required this is coordinated with nursing staff . Sue templeton is a registered nurse advanced wound specialist and clinical nurse consultant who has more than 16 years experience in the management of wounds sue has been involved in the development of wound management policies wound assessment tools and clinical pathways for venous leg ulcers. Wound care can be a challenging and complex area of practice and nurses must take individual responsibility for updating their knowledge skills and ongoing competence if in doubt about the care of a wound seek advice from a more experienced colleague or a tissue viability nurse specialist. At some time all nurses can expect to manage a person with a wound and because they spend so much time with their patients nurses have a special opportunity to provide modern evidence based wound care with a person centred focus
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