Volume 15 No. 1Full Issue

News in Wound Care

Using the Wound Prevention and Management Cycle to Create a Professional Development Process
By Heather L. Orsted, RN, BN, ET, MSc

Canadian Education Programs in Wound Management
By Wounds Canada

Wound Credentialling in Canada
By Sherry Morrell, RN (EC) MN, NP-PHC, MClSc (WH), PhD candidate;Karen E. Campbell,RN, PhD; Valerie Winberg, RN(EC), MN, NP-PHC, ENC(C);Dave Walton, PT, PhD, FCAMPT; Pamela E. Houghton, PT, PhD

Education and Communication: Words Matter
By Sue Rosenthal, BA, MA

The Changing Face of Patient Education:Taking Charge of One’s Own Learning
By Barry Rosenthal, Professional Development Specialist

Self-management Support Perspectives from Two Sides
By Kathryn MacDonald, RD

How Many Wounds? Wounds Canada Research Committee Study to Determine Availability, Accuracy and Gaps in Existing Data on Prevalence and Incidence of Wounds in Canada
By Michael Stacey, MBBS DS FRACS; Nicola Waters, PhD MSc RN;Pamela E. Houghton,PT, PhD

A Pre-test/Post-test/Follow-up Test Teaching Tool
By Carol Ott, MD, FRCPC

Health-care Professionals

Leaders and Change Makers

Wounds Canada hosts more than an awesome educational experience...We also offer opportunities for you to socialise with your peers from around the country. 
Join us Friday night for complimentary* finger foods, cake and dancing! Did you know that May 12 happens to be Florence Nightingale's birthday? Come network and celebrate one of the most historical health-care professionals ever! 

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*Free for registered delegates only. $50 for tickets.