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Wounds International has recently brought together a group of key experts, patients and carers to discuss the human cost of living with a wound and the role of clinicians, industry and organisations in improving the wellbeing of patients.
This led to an international consensus document that aims to:
In this short lecture, Christine Moffatt will present the latest research and expert opinion on wellbeing and discuss how key stakeholders can help by empowering people to take charge of their own health and to have a greater choice and control over the services they use. Really listening to the patient, finding workable solutions, using appropriate treatments, and coordinating services can have a big impact on quality of life. Christine will also draw on her extensive clinical experiences to show how even simple changes can help people living with a wound get the most out of their daily living.
This lecture is now available to view on-demand on the Wounds International website.
The lecture is available in English with a choice of subtitles and slides in German, Italian and Spanish.
Click here to view the lecture on the Wounds International website
Professor of Clinical Nursing, Nottingham University and Nurse Consultant, UK
Don’t miss the first guest lecture on Wounds International!
This consensus paper and the ways in which one company is addressing these challenges through innovation in product design, will be discussed in the Smith & Nephew Symposium at the European Wound Management Association meeting in Vienna on the 23 May.