End of Life Care and Pressure Injury Prevention

Join expert Fleur Trezise who discusses the special considerations in the palliative care setting,  avoidable versus unavoidable pressure injuries and caring for the skin at the end of life. Learn of pressure injury prevention strategies inclusive of the aSSKINg framework and PI classification as well as managing the wound. Differention of  pressure injuries at end of life such as SCALE and  skin failure is also discussed.

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Fleur Trezise


Nurse Practitioner Wound Management

Director at Wound Solutions Australia

Fleur Trezise was endorsed as a Nurse Practitioner in 2013 and has worked in wound management for over 25 years. She has broad clinical experience in managing both acute and chronic and complex wounds. Fleur is currently working for the Department of Veterans Affairs as a Nursing Advisor for wound management and has recently established her own business, Wound Solutions Australia; providing wound related education, consultation and clinical support to both the public and private sector.

Fleur is a long-term AWMA/Wounds Australia member and has advised on State and National wound bodies, serving as a member on a number of committees/boards relating to wound management and pressure injury prevention. She has presented at local, national and international conferences and provides wound related education to medical, nursing and allied health disciplines. She is passionate about working with people living with wounds to improve their quality of life and enabling others to deliver quality, evidence based wound management.

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