This Advanced Wound Care Concepts will provide Next Level Principles for Negative Pressure Wound Therapy.
This AWCC NPWT course will cover NPWT, history of NPWT, an overview of therapy, clinical contraindications, understanding the science behind NPWT, initiating treatment, discontinuing treatment, delivery systems, adverse events, reimbursement, and much more!
WHO ARE THESE COURSES FOR?
This course is recommended for all wound care specialists, commercial sales and marketing individuals and executives.
Anna has 28 years of healthcare experience with a primary focus on wound care. Throughout the last 16 years she has worked in various healthcare settings for medical device companies as a Wound Care Consultant/Clinical Specialist/ Director of Clinical Operations. She acquired extensive experience in Negative Pressure Wound Therapy program development while working with the manufacturer of Prospera-NPWT. She has presented to and trained physician, WOCNs and other healthcare professionals on the proper use and management of NPWT throughout the full continuum of care.
She served as a lead clinician for NPWT product evaluation sites at a multitude of healthcare systems across the US resulting in securing new business. She was also part of a team that was responsible for the development and execution of sales and marketing strategies which increased the utilization of Prospera-NPWT in the wound care market. Anna is a dynamic and seasoned educator on Negative Pressure Wound Therapy and Enteric Fistula Management. She has presented at a national, regional, state and local level.
Anna founded Nurse-Owned Healing Solutions, LLC in 2015. Her company provides NPWT equipment and serves as an NPWT educational resource to long term care facilities throughout the Southeast. Her focus is to provide a scientific, evidence based educational platform, rather than a singular NPWT product focus, allowing healthcare professionals to expand their knowledge base of NPWT, which improves the efficiency of the therapy, ultimately improving patient outcomes.