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Safeguarding Adults Protocol

Pressure Ulcers and the interface with a Safeguarding Enquiry.

This guidance from the Chief Social Worker helps practitioners and managers across health and care organisations to provide caring and quick responses to people at risk of developing pressure ulcers.

It also offers a process for the clinical management of harm removal and reduction where ulcers occur, considering if an adult safeguarding response is necessary.

Pressure ulcers, which are largely preventable, cause distress to individuals and their families and create financial pressures for the NHS. While the treatment of pressure ulcers is mainly clinical, prevention is a shared responsibility.

To read the guidance in full, click here.

Conferences of interest:

Eliminating Heel Pressure Ulcers
Friday 23 March 
De Vere West One Conference Centre
London

Pressure Ulcers Summit
Tuesday 22 May 
The Studio Conference Centre
Birmingham


26 January 2018

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