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A free educational webinar for clinicians next month will provide essential guidance on pressure ulcer reporting, exploring why the Safety Thermometer was discontinued and what the “Model Health System” is.

Specialist UK hospital bed manufacturer Medstrom will be hosting the CPD webinar – ‘The Model Health System: Your Essential Guide to Pressure Ulcer Reporting’ – on 10 May 2022 from 2pm-3.30pm. Register for free here.

The Safety Thermometer was discontinued in 2020. Moving to use the “Model Health System” for pressure ulcer surveillance will be the first national large-scale change since the Safety Thermometer was launched in 2011, Medstrom underlines.

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This webinar will help busy clinicians recap on pressure ulcer monitoring, review why the Safety Thermometer was discontinued, and what the “Model Health System” is and what it seeks to achieve.

Clinical speakers will show attendees what they need to know as this new system is launched. Speakers include Julie Tyrer, Tissue Viability Nurse Consultant for Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Foundation Trust, and Angie Cumber, Clinical Coding Manager for Liverpool Heart and Chest NHS Foundation Trust.

Questions can be raised in the remaining part of the webinar with all speakers.

The free webinar will give clinicians 1.5 hours of CPD participation towards their revalidation.

This is not Medstrom’s first CPD webinar for healthcare professionals, as the firm builds on previous success from its evidence-based and thought-provoking series. All of its webinars encourage the exchange of evidence-based research and practical experiences among healthcare professionals and their peers.

Earlier this year, the specialist bed manufacturer hosted a session that focused on the importance of skin assessment, with a particular emphasis on pressure ulcer prevention in dark skin tones.

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