Collaboration aims to improve wound managementNov 19, 2023
The Agency for Clinical Innovation has partnered with Healthy North Coast Primary Health Network (PHN) and Mid North Coast Local Health District to improve collaboration for wound management across the Mid North Coast community.
The new project will work with General Practices, the Mid North Coast Local Health District wound services and other clinicians in aged and community care to improve and implement wound management HealthPathways.
The project aims to enhance integration of chronic wound management services across all care settings and disciplines by strengthening partnerships, building knowledge about wound management clinical guidelines, and improving local referral and escalation pathways.
The project team has commenced planning and now seeks input from all wound management stakeholders about the barriers they experience and their priorities for the project to work on.
Feedback and involvement in one, or both, of these ways is appreciated:
Complete this short poll.
Join a planning workshop.
You will be kept updated about the project’s progress.
Suggestions, questions, or advice are welcome. Please reach out to any of the project team members anytime.
Wound Care HealthPathways are available for
- Burn injuries
- Hard to heal wounds
- Pressure Injury in Spinal Cord Injury
- Acute Skin Wounds
- Skin Tears
- Wound Management Products
- Wound Management Nursing
- Diabetes related Foot Disease and Screening
Healthy North Coast –
Dr Sarah Mollard Victoria Smyth
Mid North Coast LHD
The Agency for Clinical Innovation