14-16 OCT, GCCEC

Moisture Associated Skin Damage (MASD): Insight into care delivery in a regional setting and addressing Skin Integrity Challenges with an Advanced Skin Protectant

Session outline

This session will discuss Moisture Associated Skin Damage (MASD) and strategies for prevention and management of skin injuries in a regional setting.  Naomi Smith, (Stomal Therapy Clinical Nurse Consultant- Stoma & Wound Stream) will share her knowledge and experience using an Advanced Skin Protectant including clinical cases. 

Learning outcomes

  • Define MASD and the impact of skin injury on patients in a regional setting.
  • Describe strategies used to prevent patient’s skin and manage skin damage.
  • Discuss how MASD can be managed by an Advanced Skin Protectant.

Target audience

Nursing staff, nurse practitioners, Wound CNC, Clinicians involved in prevention and management of MASD.

Agenda

Presentation timePresentation titleSpeaker name / Moderator
2 MinutesChairperson introductionPaula Green, Scientific Affairs & Education, Auckland, New Zealand
28 Minutes (includes Q&A)Moisture Associated Skin Damage: Insight into care delivery in a regional setting and addressing Skin Integrity Challenges with an Advanced Skin ProtectantNaomi Smith,
Stomal Therapy Clinical Nurse Consultant- Stoma & Wound Stream, Wagga Wagga Base Hospital, NSW Hospital

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