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    Yi-Ting Tzen, PhD, PT

    This webinar will be recorded live on June 18th, 2024. A recording of the webinar will be available within 24 hours of the live event.

    Pressure injury is one of the most prevalent secondary complications in people with spinal cord injury (SCI). In this webinar, Dr. Tzen will review the current evidence in research on pressure injury development in the population with SCI, including the latest findings on intrinsic risk factors of pressure injury, currently available risk assessment scale for this population, and the research behind selection of preventative strategies.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join Dr. Joyce Black and Dr. Susan Solmos to discuss facial pressure injuries as a result of medical devices.

    This episode has a return host and a return guest! Dr. Joyce Black and Dr. Susan Solmos are chatting again, this time about facial pressure injuries as a result of medical devices. Dr. Solmos worked with Professor Amit Gefen from Tel Aviv University on a study performed from January of 2016 to October of 2022 on evaluating the stiffness of the plastic on facial medical devices. Drs. Black and Solmos discuss the findings of the study and how it impacts nurses today in their care of critically ill patients. We hope you enjoy it

  • Contains 3 Component(s) Recorded On: 05/22/2024

    Ann Marie Nie, PhD, MSN, FNP-BC, CWOCN Michele Deppisch, PT, CWS, FACCWS"

    This webinar will take place live on May 22nd, 2024 from 12:00-1:00PM CT. by   There will not be CE available for this presentation.

    This webinar will discuss the history of NDNQI and the relationship with NPIAP and the pressure injury education modules. The instructors will present the new format of the modules and how to access the education. The webinar will also discuss NPIAP products that were developed to assist facilities in making pressure injury prevention imbedded in their nursing procedures.

    Speakers: Ann Marie Nie, PhD, MSN, FNP-BC, CWOCN, Michele Deppisch, PT, CWS, FACCWS

  • Contains 8 Component(s)

    Formerly known as "NDNQI Modules 1-3", these modules, crafted by experts from NPIAP, promise to enrich your knowledge of pressure injury treatment and prevention. With three comprehensive modules covering crucial aspects of pressure injuries, this educational series is set to enhance your knowledge with comprehensive slide decks and engaging question modules.

    Module 1: Pressure Injury Staging

    Module 2: Other Wound Types and Skin Injuries

    Module 3: Pressure Injury Prevention

    Module 4: Pressure Injury Prevalence Guide


    Module 4 will be sold separately from this module package. Stay tuned for the launch of Module 4!

    For more information visit learn.npiap.com or contact office@npiap.com

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join Dr. Joyce Black and Dr. Susan Solmos to discuss the horrific nature of facial pressure injuries brought on by the (very important) mask wearing of our nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic

    Dr. Joyce Black is back as host for this NPIAP episode, and she is joined by Susan Solmos who is a PhD graduate of the UNMC College of Nursing. Dr. Solmos is currently a part of the University of Chicago Medical Center's Center for Nursing Professional Practice and Research. Drs. Black and Solmos discuss the horrific nature of facial pressure injuries brought on by the (very important) mask wearing of our nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Solmos wrote her dissertation on how nurses shared their pressure injuries to the world via Instagram. This qualitative data was then used to show how the N95 masks were protecting yet also harming the nurses on the frontlines. While not news to our listeners, this is a great discussion between two passionate wound specialists on how our most beloved fighters during the COVID-19 pandemic, were fighting their own physical battle.

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    Amit Gefen, PhD Sue Creehan MSN, RN, CWCN

    This webinar was recorded live on April 23rd, 2024. 

    This presentation discusses new considerations when selecting a foam dressing for pressure injury prevention. Learn about the contribution of the frictional sliding occurring between the non-bonded, fully independent layers of this unique dressing and how the dressing protects the body from friction and shear.

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    Ana Endsjo MOTR/L, CLT David Brienza, PhD Michele Deppisch, PT, CWS, FACCWS Stephanie Slayton, PT, DPT, CWS, CLT-LANA Stephanie Woelfel, PT, DPT, CWS

    This webinar was recorded live on April 10th, 2024. 

    This webinar provides immediately actionable information for healthcare providers & caregivers that care for patients at risk for and with pressure injuries across the entire care spectrum.

  • Contains 1 Component(s)

    Join Dr. Joyce Black and Kathryn Cheatle for a discussion on Pressure Injury Malpractice.

    Today's episode continues the NPIAP series with Dr. Joyce Black as the host! Today she's joined by a guest that's a blast from the past here on RN Huddle, Kathryn (Katy) Cheatle who is a defense attorney specializing in medical malpractice work. Why does someone sue their medical provider? What does the state of Nebraska and these lawsuits look like? How in detail should you get on your charting? And what to do with the non-compliant patient to avoid a lawsuit? All of these questions are answered today on RN Huddle!

  • Contains 3 Component(s)

    Joyce Black, PhD, RN, FAAN, Ann Marie Nie, PhD, MSN, FNP-BC, CWOCN March 27 2024

    This webinar was presented live on March 27, 2024. This educational session reviewed the major presentations given at the February 2024 NPIAP Conference. 

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    Join Dr. Joyce Black and Kathleen Vollman for a discussion on pressure injury development in the critically ill, and how to turn said patients.

    Today’s episode will begin a monthly series with the NPIAP and RN Huddle. Your host for this series is the College of Nursing’s own Dr. Joyce Black. Dr. Black is the current president of the National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel (NPIAP) and has a passion for pressure injuries! In this first episode, Dr. Black is joined by fellow NPIAP Board Member, Kathleen Vollman. Kathleen has many years as an expert in the field of critical care nursing and during this episode, Dr. Black and Kathleen discuss pressure injury development in the critically ill and how to properly turn said patients. Kathleen dives into how she assists others in the knowledge of turning patients and how to quelch the anxiety of the bedside provider. Tune in every month where Dr. Black will meet with other pressure injury experts to cover a variety of topics!