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RWV Resources

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.

RWV Resources

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 (available below) and a fun Promtotional You Tube Clip (on our Social Media Page). More info on STOP PI Day can be found here

Barwon SW Region


Gippsland Region

Clinical Guidelines

The following documents have been approved by the Gippsland Regional Wound Management Steering Committee:

Grampians Region

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. 

Hume Region


Loddon-Mallee Region  

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  youtube 

The following YouTube links may be useful to enhance clinician knowledge and/or individual client education on wound care issues

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 CWC

  • 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 27 Jul 2017