A change in culture needed
The Wound Care Alliance UK (WCAUK) annual conference is being held at Gloucester Rugby Club on Wednesday 10 May 2023. For more details and to book your place, please see the advert in this journal or visit the WCAUK website (https://www.wcauk.org).
Following feedback from WCAUK members, we are launching a series of webinars in conjunction with Mark Allen Healthcare (this journal's publisher). They will focus on the areas you requested, including pressure ulcer care, foot care and lower limb care. Following an unavoidable delay, for which we apologise, these will be held on 27, 28, 29 and 30 March. Please register and join us for these webinars, where the WCAUK trustees will share their expertise. Please see the WCAUK advert in this journal.
One of the members of the WCAUK, Susy Pramod, Lead Tissue Viability Nurse at the Christie Hospital in Manchester, is a pre-doctoral fellow at the University of Manchester. She is conducting an online survey aimed at nurses who deliver wound care in the NHS. The survey aims to explore who delivers care for people with malignant fungating wounds to find out more about their roles, the care they deliver and perceived barriers and facilitators to delivering this type of wound care. It is an anonymous survey, and your answers will help to find out more about the care of people with malignant fungating wounds so we can target future research in this field.
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