CME : 1.25
Optimizing Mobility, Adherence and Quality of Life: Mechanically Powered Negative Pressure Wound Therapy is organized by Healthcare Made Practical (HMP) Communications LLC and will be held from Jun 21, 2018 - Nov 30, 2019.
This activity is designed for physicians, podiatrists, physical therapists, and nurses involved in the treatment of patients with complex wounds.
CME: Naccme Designates This Live Activity For A Maximum Of 1.25 Ama Pra Category 1 Credits™. Physicians Should Claim Only The Credit Commensurate With The Extent Of Their Participation In The Activity. The National Commission On Certification Of Physician Assistants Accepts Ama Pra Category 1 Credit™ From Organizations Accredited By The Accme.
CNE: This Continuing Nursing Education Activity Awards 1.25 Contact Hours. Provider Approved By The California Board Of Registered Nursing, Provider #13255 For 3.0 Contact Hours.
Continuing Podiatric Education: North American Center for Continuing Medical Education, LLC (NACCME) is approved by the Council on Podiatric Medical Education as a provider of continuing education in podiatric medicine. NACCME has approved this activity for a maximum of 1.25 continuing education contact hour.
• Review clinical evidence on the use of mechanically powered negative pressure wound therapy
• Recognize the importance of an effective wound therapy in minimizing interference with patients’ overall activity, enhancing mobility and overall preservation of quality of life
• Explore outcomes of a variety of wounds treated with mechanically powered negative pressure wound therapy through case studies.
Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Wound Care, Quality Management
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