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  • Wednesday, March 31st 2021 • 18:00 - 19:00
    Working with evidence to improve stoma care nursing
    This webinar explores how to stay on top of evidence on peristomal skin care, be aware of its limitations and collaborate in research where possible. It also touches on why nurses should seek standardised postgraduate qualification in stoma care, regular educational updates for professional development and formal recognition of the clinical nurse specialist role.
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  • Wednesday, April 28th 2021 • 18:00 - 19:00
    Best practice in the prescription and use of ostomy products
    This webinar discusses how stoma care nurses can teach ostomates the correct way to clean their skin, form a seal and use any prescribed products to avoid or resolve complications. It also details when to encourage ostomates with persistent skin problems to try different appliances to find the most appropriate pouching system, only prescribing stoma accessories when optimal appliance choice and technique are insufficient to maintain or restore peristomal skin health.
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  • Wednesday, May 26th 2021 • 18:00 - 19:00
    Understanding risk factors to optimise stoma care routines
    This webinar covers why stoma care nurses should expect peristomal skin to remain intact and look like the skin on the rest of the ostomate’s abdomen. This leads into the importance of educating ostomates from the earliest opportunity about preventing peristomal skin complications, as well as intervening as soon as a complication occurs. This is supported by documentation of peristomal skin using clear, consistent and specific terminology, aided by photography where appropriate.
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  • Wednesday, June 30th 2021 • 18:00 - 19:00
    Assessment and classification of peristomal skin conditions
    This webinar discusses how to ensure that assessments are holistic and comprehensive and include full patient history and review of medicines and topical products. It explores why stoma care nurses should classify and treat peristomal skin complications according to their primary cause(s), as well as base peristomal skin care on a strong therapeutic relationship, the ostomate’s individual needs and their experience of living with a complication.
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