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Management of Symptoms Associated with Wounds in Palliative Care

Management of Symptoms Associated with Wounds in Palliative Care

Management of Symptoms Associated with Wounds in Palliative Care

Jane McManus
Jane McManus
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 06 Apr 2018
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Last updated: 02 May 2018

Reference: 187699

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Description

This session explores the assessment and management of wounds in end of life care. It also considers the types of challenging skin problems that individuals may face at end of life and gives an overview of the psychological, social and spiritual implications on the patient.

This session was reviewed by Sally Newman and Christina Faull and last updated in February 2016.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
• List the common causes of wound problems in end of life care
• Describe practical approaches in the assessment of wounds in end of life care
• Outline a practical approach to wound management in patients in end of life care
• Explain the impact of wound problems on the patient's psychological, social and spiritual well-being
Jane McManus

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Jane McManus
on behalf of Health Education England

Jane qualified with an Honours degree in Nursing from Edinburgh University and spent 3 years working in cardiology before moving to London to St Christopher’s Hospice, where she developed and lead a palliative wound care service with clinical, research and teaching dimensions.
Her Masters degree research focused on a novel ‘dry’ wound management approach to managing wounds at the end of life. She now works as a community clinical nurse specialist at the hospice, and is hoping to develop a palliative wound care nurse specialist role in the future, combining clinical practice, service development, clinical research, teaching and writing in this important, challenging and under-publicised area of end of life care.

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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