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Time for reflection: taking stock on how the pandemic has changed tissue viability

About This Webinar

The pandemic has transformed many aspects of service provision and education. This session takes stock on the changes, and predicts which of these are likely to become permanent.

Who can view: Everyone
Webinar Price: Free
Featured Presenters
Webinar hosting presenter Alison Schofield
Clinical Manager & Honorary Tissue Viability Nurse
Alison has 20 years of experience working in the NHS as a nurse in Bradford and North Lincolnshire. With a background of district nursing and Tissue viability, she has a great understanding of delivering care to patients in their own homes and residential and nursing homes. Alison set up and led a pressure ulcer prevention team in Bradford community trust which was a great achievement.

Alison worked in North Lincolnshire leading the Tissue viability service for over 4 years, introducing new clinical pathways and educational programmes to improve patient outcomes, working across all settings including acute, community and primary care. A highlight was when she was selected as a finalist in the HSJ Awards for 'Best educational programme in the NHS' in 2020.

With a recent role change as clinical manager for Mole digital Alison has an exciting opportunity to produce and deliver fantastic evidence-based education to health care professionals and patients whilst retaining a clinical TVN honorary post at York Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
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