The current Pressure Injury Prevention and Management policy PD2014_007 is being reviewed. The draft revised policy supports health services compliance with the National Safety and Quality Health Service Standards (NSQHSS), Comprehensive Care Standard, aligns with the International Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Injuries: Clinical Practice Guideline, 2019 and the eHealth Comprehensive Care Initiative.
Please click the link below to read the draft policy and provide comments in the relevant sections of the feedback form below. The closing date for comments is 5pm Tuesday, 8 December 2020.
Should you have any enquires, please contact Maree Connolly Pressure Injury Prevention Project Officer via 0429590862 or email.
Draft Revised Pressure Injury Prevention and Management Policy
Pressure Injury Prevention and Management Flowcharts
1 - Background
2 - Governance
3 - Partnering with patient and/or carers
4 - Clinical practice – preventing and managing pressure injury
5 - Resources for preventing and managing pressure injury
6 - Education and training
7 - Reporting
Flowcharts for preventing and managing pressure injuries