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Self-management shared care wound care pathway

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Self-management shared care wound care pathway

Kimberley Wilde
28 June 2018

Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust provides mental health and community services to people living in the boroughs of Bury, Oldham, Trafford and Rochdale. Wound care is provided in community clinics and as a domiciliary service to patients who are housebound. The Trust has embarked on a programme to support and encourage a proportion of the population requiring community services to engage in shared care of wound management. A pathway was developed in collaboration with clinical staff and patients that was rolled out to all community nursing services. Evaluation results to date have shown positive staff and patient experience and benefits to service utilisation.

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