Consultation begins for National Wound Care Capabilities Framework draft

A draft version of the National Wound Care Capabilities Framework for England has been published and healthcare professionals are being urged to provide their thoughts on the document. 

The Framework was commissioned by the National Wound Care Strategy Programme and the draft describes the background to and the scope of the document, along with an outline of its structure and a glossary of terms.

The National Wound Care Strategy Programme was established to enable care that is organised and research-informed, to achieve improved healing rates, better experience of care, greater cost-effectiveness and prevent incidence and recurrence.

Education forms a major part of this national programme with one of the aims to develop core capabilities for health and care practitioners, that will both improve care and promote supported self-management.

Those who wish to contribute are being asked to review the document before responding to the survey.

All survey responses will be treated confidentially and collated with other respondents to identify key themes and issues. The results will be used to further develop and refine the framework.

The survey must be completed by Sunday, February 28, 2021.

To read the document, click here.
To complete the survey, click here.
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