A Diploma in Gerontology Health Care is vital considering the growing elderly population and their unique health needs.
Diploma in Wound Managment*
Diploma in Wound Management offers a specialized programme addressing the need for healthcare professionals with expertise in wound care. The rise in chronic diseases like diabetes and the increasing number of accident-related injuries demand proficient wound care practitioners. In Mauritius, statistics show that diabetes is on the rise, but more alarming is the trend that diabetics (Type II) are increasingly being diagnosed in younger age. This programme equips students with the knowledge and skills necessary to assess, treat and manage a variety of wound types, contributing significantly to patient
recovery and wellbeing. It also promotes the implementation of evidence-based practices in wound management, reducing the risk of complications and enhancing patient outcomes.
The overall objective of the wound management curriculum is to prepare students for careers in wound care nursing, research, and community program development by providing them with a thorough understanding of the wound healing process and the various factors that influence the lives of patients with wounds.
On successful completion of this course, learners will be able:
• To enhance students’ comprehension of the theories and concepts associated with the
understating the principles of skin and wound healing process.
• To equip students with the knowledge and skills required to assess and address
comprehensive wound assessment and management.
• Develop students’ capacity to design and implement interventions and programs based on
empirical evidence that promote wound healing.
• To encourage students to employ appropriate wound dressing and bandaging techniques
and principles of person-centered care to their work.
• Through project work, provide students with practical experience in wound care research,
intervention, and community-based program development.
Modules Credit (20 Each)
• Principles of Skin and Wound Care
• Wound Assessment and Management
• Wound Healing and Tissue Repair
• Wound Infection Control
• Patient Education and Self-Care
• Surgical and traumatic Wound
• Advanced Wound Assessment and Management
• Chronic Wound Management
• Specialty Wound Management
• Advance Wound Care Skills and Techniques
• Wound Management Leadership and Education
• Project Work in Wound Management and Research
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Payment plan for full annual payment
To pay full annual payment including 5% discount, before the start of the course.
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