presented by Tom Holland
Satisfactory completion requirements: All disciplines must complete learning assessments to be awarded credit, no minimum score required unless otherwise specified within the course.
Tom Holland, PT, PhD
Dr. Tom Holland received his physical therapy education and his PhD degree from the Physical Therapy Program of NYU. He is an Assistant Professor at the City University of New York - Hunter College/Program in Physical Therapy. In addition, he is an Adjunct Instructor at New York University, Columbia University, and Dominican College. His practice…Read full bio
1. Structure and Function of Normal and Abnormal Wound Healing
In this chapter, the online learner will further develop their understanding of the structure and function of healthy intact skin and the normal response of the body to the presence of a wound. In addition, the online learner will recognize the normal and abnormal presentation of wounds during the different phases of the wound healing process.
2. Wound and Patient Education
Expand your knowledge of wound assessment including the staging of pressure ulcers and categorization of other types of wounds. In addition, learn to perform and interpret the results of presented non-invasive vascular tests.
3. Wound Debridement and Wound Dressings
In this chapter, learn to identify and describe the different wound debridement techniques and dressings along with their indications and contraindications for clinical use.
4. Interventions and Prevention Strategies for the Most Common Types of Wounds
In the final chapter of this course, develop the ability to distinguish between the different types of wounds presented and explain their underlying causes and most appropriate treatment interventions.