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Tissue Viability Consultancy Services from an Exeter-Based Expert

As an expert consultant, I’m able to provide outstanding training and guidance on a range of subjects, including ulcer treatments, compression bandaging, and more. I’m based in Exeter, Devon, and from here I offer my services as a tissue viability specialist nurse to help your organisation adhere to best practices. For more information, please get in touch with me and my company, Skin Clear Clinic & Consultancy.

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Training Courses

Training Courses

  • Pressure Ulcer Prevention Training

    £495

    2 Hours | One of My Most Popular Courses

  • Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment

    £895

    4 Hours

  • Wound Management and Dressings

    £895

    4 Hours

  • Leg Ulcers

    £895

    4 Hours | Anatomy and Physiology Treatment

  • Doppler Ultrasound ABPI Testing and Compression Bandaging

    £895

    4 Hours

  • Combined Course

    £1600

    Leg Ulcers - Anatomy and Physiology + Doppler Ultrasound ABPI Testing and Compression Bandaging | Up to 20 Attendees

  • Fungating Tumours and Symptom Control

    £495

    2 Hours

  • Root Cause Analysis Training

    £895

    4 Hours | Includes Template, Training, and Scenario

  • Quality Improvement Consultancy

    £595

    per Day

  • Mock CQC Inspection for Tissue Visibility Compliance

    £995

    Full Report with Recommendations Benchmarked to the KLOEs

  • Wound Clinic Day

    As Required | Enquire for More Information

My Consultancy Services

I have worked in the community for 18 years as a health care assistant, district nurse, and tissue viability specialist nurse. As a tissue viability nurse specialist, I have enhanced wound care management and treatment skills working clinically for over 18 years in the NHS. My work has led me to work as a specialist advisor for tissue viability to the CQC and as a legal expert witness.

I started researching the prevention of pressure ulcers in the community and long-term care settings in 2012 as part of my dissertation research for my specialist tissue viability degree.

I have worked intensively within the community and nursing homes, working closely with multi-disciplinary agencies, local authorities, CCGs, and care providers.

I have dedicated my work to raising awareness of pressure ulcer prevention and influencing change of cultures in practice in the community and long-term care settings across all nursing and non-medical disciplines. My work has made me proficient in quality improvement methodologies, and sustainable implantation, benchmarked to CQUINS and KPIs.

I have published my work and have won the prestigious quality improvement award by the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP). In June 2017, I was nominated to attend a Royal Garden Party by the Director of Nursing at NHS Improvement in recognition of my work in the nursing profession.

I am passionate about bringing my knowledge and training to care settings to empower carers to become prevention champions. I have implemented various quality improvement and sustainability plan models and joint commissioning improvement business plans for joint local authority and NHS trust organisations to incorporate the 5-year forward, STPs, and 10-year plan. This involved working closely with care homes and domiciliary care home providers and CCGs.

I have worked with Imperial College London Academic and Science Health Partners (ASHN) where I redesigned and launched the gold standard SSKIN bundle for use in long term care settings. I helped design and launch the pressure ulcer safeguarding decision tool which is now used nationally as part of the Department of Health serious incident policy. I have designed and written multiple preventions of pressure ulcer internationally.

For the last 2 years, I have been travelling the UK and delivering QI operational consultancy and clinical training.

To learn more about my ulcer treatments and compression bandaging, contact me, in Exeter, Devon.