Empowering change management in pressure ulcer prevention - time to act now!
The prevalence and incidence of pressure ulcers (PU) remains unacceptably high despite international efforts to reduce their occurrence. All the guidelines and consensus documents in the world will never provide enough context for making the needed changes on a day-to-day basis in realworld situations.
For PU prevention to be effective, we must move beyond the ‘what’, i.e., providing support on ‘what’ to do based on existing guidelines and consensus papers, into the ‘how’, emphasising clearly how individual organisations and wider healthcare systems can implement recommended changes to see a reduction in PU prevalence.
Join Mölnlycke Talks for a European panel discussion to:
- Explore how new and established interventions for PU prevention can be implemented successfully
- Discuss moving beyond ‘what should be done’ to ‘how to make changes’ in the real world
Leading the discussion will be Emma Wright, Mölnlycke’s CMO, along with Prof Dimitri Beeckman from Ghent University who brings his broad expertise in this subject.
NHS England, UK
Foundation Trust, UK