More than 200 nurses from all over the region meet in Alcázar de San Juan to update their knowledge on wound care

More than 200 nurses from all over Castilla-La Mancha have gathered at the Emilio Gavira Auditorium Theater in Alcázar de San Juan to attend the I Provincial Conference on Wounds.

A training activity that has served to update knowledge in the care of acute and chronic wounds, a first-level health problem that affects all the actors in the health system (patients, family members, and professionals) and that represents a large financial outlay for the Systems of health.

The inaugural ceremony was attended by the provincial health delegate, Francisco José García, the mayoress of Alcázar de San Juan, Rosa Melchor, the president of the Ciudad Real College of Nursing, Carlos Tirado, and the manager of the Integrated Area of ​​Alcázar de San Juan, Lucas Salcedo.

The objective of these conferences is to provide professionals with knowledge based on the latest evidence, as well as to stimulate their interest in the proper approach to these injuries so that there is better care and decrease healing times and complications. In short, to improve the quality of health care.

The Provincial Health Delegate congratulated the organizers for “valuing the good work that is being done at SESCAM, in general, and in the province of Ciudad Real, in particular, in the treatment of chronic wounds.”

“Last week we presented a collection of wound guides and a mobile application in Ciudad Real and today we value the work and research experiences carried out by nurses in the province, we complement all of this with other professionals of recognized prestige who have traveled to Alcázar de San Juan to delve into this issue”, stressed Francisco José García.

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In this sense, the Provincial Health Delegate also recalled that “continuous updating of knowledge in the management and treatment of wounds is essential to transfer the latest research results in this field of health into clinical practice.”

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The I Provincial Conference on Wounds is framed between the strategies for the implementation of Good Practice Guides of the Nurses Association of Ontario (RNAO) and the program of Centers Committed to Excellence in Care (CCEC®), thanks to which institutions Health organizations, such as the Management of Alcázar de San Juan, implement and translate the latest evidence in care into practice.


During the seven hours that this training activity lasts, an exhaustive update of the latest trends in the approach, treatment, care and monitoring of people suffering from injuries such as venous ulcers, arteries, tumors, burns, associated injuries will be carried out. to dependency, diabetic foot, epidermyolysis bullosa, infected wounds and acute wounds in Primary Care.

In addition, the approach to benign lesions with minimally invasive surgery and the experience in the care of these pathologies in the Multiprofessional Complex Wounds Unit of the Infanta Leonor and Virgen de la Torre Hospital, a national benchmark in the specialty, will be discussed.

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wounded days

More than 200 nurses from all over the region meet in Alcázar de San Juan to update their knowledge on wound care