You Tube Resources
In addition, please click here to visit the Connected Wound Care page of this site to access further resources developed collaboratively.
Our links page can also be accessed here for an extensive listing of external websites containing useful resources and tools.
The following document resources have been developed and collected by Regional Wounds Victoria. These resources are listed from their respective region of origin or have been develeped collaboratively. They are not mandated but have been developed to provide generic wound management information relevant for health care providers in regional Victoria. These may or may not be applicable to your practice, therefore please consult with your organisation's wound management experts to determine their applicability to your practice setting. It is anticipated these resources may be utilised in implementation or updating of wound practice policies and protocols.
On STOP Pressure Injury Day on 17th Nov 2016, RWV launched a consumer brochure in an easy to read style and a fun Promtotional You Tube Clip. More info on STOP PI Day can be found here.
How to STOP Pressure Injury Brochure STOP Pressure Injury Consumer Brochure (533.74 kB) (May be printed in colour booklet or A4 format. Your health service's stamp or sticker may be placed on the back)
Fun You Tube Clip - Click here and sing along! This catchy song about Pressure Injuries looks at who's at risk and what you can do to STOP them happening.
The following documents have been approved by the Gippsland Regional Wound Management Steering Committee:
Gippsland Regional Chart
The Gippsland Regional Wound Chart can be printed in PDF form here. The glossary and instructions are provided to facilitate implementation.
The following tool (in paper and electronic version) is encouraged if useful to your wound related communication between clinicians and health services. Refer to the Grampians page for further information.
Instructions for printing Wound Photography Labels
Print on Office Max 1950738 / Avery J8563-25 Label stock sheets.
Label size 99.1 x 38.1mm, 14 labels per sheet (2 columns / 7 rows)
Make sure you print the document at its actual size - never 'shrink to fit'
Each time you print, check accuracy of printed ruler against a real ruler
Use as a single use item, only for photos (ie not for precise wound measurement), and always obtain client consent
You Tube Resources
The following YouTube links may be useful to enhance clinician knowledge and/or individual client education on wound care issues
- Australasian Lymphology Association YouTube Channel for Self Management videos of Lymphoedema
- Australian Podiatry Association - Vic You Tube Channel for simple and informative clips including imaging, footwear and finding a podiatrist
- Australian Primary Health Care Nurses Association (APNA) Webinars Including You Tube link to Dr Rick Kausman's: The person-centred approach to healthy weight management. Recommended watching if you've ever advised clients to go on diet restrictions.
- Biofilm Based Wound Care Wendy White via AWMA NSW
- Bohemian Polypharmacy A parody of Queen's classic song about polypharmacy - taking more medicines than are clinically indicated
- Choosing Wisely A parody of the Pharrell Williams song "Happy" - choose wisely when it comes to making health care decisions
- The YouTube channel of Dr Cathy Balding. Quality improvement tools, tips and resources
- Department of Health Victoria - Social Media Policy Social Media is changing the way we communicate, and its more than Twitter and Facebook
- Empathy - The Human Connection to Patient Care Patient care is more than just healing, it's building a connection that encompasses mind, body and soul. If you could stand in someone else's shoes ... hear what they hear. See what they see. Feel what they feel. Would you treat them differently?
- Healing Chronic Wounds Knowledge Works lecture from the University of South Australia
- Hungry to be heard viral video: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 - Short UK based clips outlining protected meal time issues
- Hunter Integrated Pain Service - Understanding Pain: What to do about it in less than 5 minutes Evidence based approaches to chronic pain management
- Innovative Therapies for treating wounds Professor Alison Cowin, Knowledge Works lecture
- International Working Group on the Diabetic Foot Step-by-Step project, clinician and patient education videos to improve diabetic foot care in the developing world
- Joanna Briggs Institute - Evidenced Based Practice Discusses the role of JBI in evidence-based practice: Explains short and simply: - what it is, what it is not, and what you can do.
- Noncompliance Dr Victor Montori, Mayo Clinic, explores patient compliance issues in the context of chronic illness
- RWV Hume: Going the Extra Mile for John Describes a unique project in healing John's 20 year old pressure injury in the community
- SBS Insight 17th Feb 2015 Episode "Ouch - How much pain can you handle?" Guests who feel no pain, phantom limb pain and chronic pain join the sportspeople and share their secrets for getting on top of niggling injuries, discussing the relationship between body and mind.
- SBS Insight 24th Feb 2015 Episode "Saving Health - how do we create a patient-focused healthcare system?" The conversation that doctors and patients want to have, but many politicians are avoiding
- Video Resource for health care workers Patients describe the impact of a pressure injury
- Worldwide STOP Pressure Ulcer Day EPUAP
You Tube resources suitable for your clients/residents/patients
- Click here for other resource links suitable for your clients / wounded individuals
You Tube resources from Connected Wound Care
- Click here to access our 6 instructional You Tube clips to support your training in compression bandaging.
You Tube resources 'Just For Fun'
Disclaimer: Every effort has been undertaken to confirm the accuracy of the information presented in these resources, however the authors are not responsibe for errors or omissions or for any consequence from application of the information in the resources, and make no warranty, express or implied, with respect to the contents of the publications. In view of ongoing research, changes in government regulations and the flow of other information, the resources are provided on the basis that all persons undertake responsibility for assessing the relevance and accuracy of the content.
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Updated 23 Mar 2017