Every student can help prevent pressure ulcers

Milne, Leah
July 2015
Nursing Standard;7/1/2015, Vol. 29 Issue 44, p66
Trade Publication
The article presents the author's views on the role of nursing students in Great Britain to help prevent pressure ulcers, highlighting the Stop the Pressure campaign. She offers information on pressure ulcers which are localized injuries to the skin due to continuous pressure and a concern for health care practitioners. She reflects on the campaign which aims to prevent and treat pressure ulcers and make resources on pressure ulcers available for all health professionals.


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