Hill-Rom® Clinical Resource Center

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Hill-Rom® Clinical Resource Center

Supporting Evidence

Educational Programs

  • Pressure Ulcer Prevention Toolkit
    2012

    This toolkit provides practical and effective strategies and tools for mitigating and preventing pressure ulcers. The toolkit includes examples of organizations who have demonstrated success in preventing and treating pressure ulcers and it’s purpose is to educate staff at other organizations to apply similar strategies and initiatives

  • sDTI Challenges and Solutions
    2013

    During the 2013 WOCN conference held in Seattle, WA, Dr. Karen Zulkowski presented a 15 minute presentation at Hill-Rom's booth featuring the latest information on suspected Deep Tissue Injury(sDTI).  This brief presentation features an overview of the February 2013 NPUAP biennial conference dedicated to sDTI state of the science, highlights sDTI IPUP trend data, and features a published sDTI case study where patients experienced less tissue breakdown than expected on the Clinitron Air Fluidized Therapy surface.

  • Ayello, Elizabeth. REPLAY of Webinar on Advancing Safe Skin Across the Care Continuum
    2013

    REPLAY of webinar presented by Elizabeth Ayello PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CWON, MAPWCA,FAAN designed to provide you with up-to-date information on best practices for prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Includes latest statistics on national problem of pressure ulceres and how to address this through use of skin and risk assessments as well as the science behind surface selection

  • Ayello, Elizabeth. FILE DOWNLOAD of Webinar on Advancing Safe Skin Across the Care Continuum

    FILE DOWNLOAD of webinar presented by Elizabeth Ayello, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CWON, MAPWCA, FAAN designed to provide you with up-to-date information on best practices for prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers. Includes latest statistics on national problem of pressure ulcers and how to address this through use of skin and risk assessments as well as the science behind surface selection

  • Identifying Gaps, Barriers, and Solutions in Implementing Pressure Ulcer Prevention Programs
    2011

    This project identified 3 major barriers to pressure ulcer prevention program implementation: limitations in staff education and training, poor communication of at-risk status, and insufficient quality improvement evaluation of bedside practices. The study noted insufficient clarity for selecting and securing appropriate therapy surfaces. Guidelines were identified for addressing these barriers. 

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