The QI Program requires the collection and reporting of quality indicators related to important aspects of quality of care in eleven key care areas.
It's great to see our work being recognised around the world and now having an impact on health care and policy in Australia.
Thank you to the team to make this possible:
Dimitri Beeckman,Karen Van den Bussche,Jan Kottner,Steven Smet,Dorien De Meyer,Ann Marie Dunk,Anika Fourie,Kevin Woo,David Voegeli,Andrea Pokorná,Kimberly LeBlanc,Ayise Karadag,Guido Ciprandi,Dr. Mary Arnold Long,Paulo Alves,Nele Van Damme
SKINT members Hannelore Hofman and Julie Deprez officially received their master's degrees in Nursing from Ghent University on 22.10.2022. Now as PhD candidates within our team, we are looking forward to their projects within the domain of skin and wound care with Prof. Dimitri Beeckman as their supervisor. "CONGRATULATIONS!" and all the best!
The Skin Integrity Research Group with Dimitri Beeckman contributed to this conference with: - 12 sessions (workshops, research findings and education) from - 4 research members (Steven Smet, Charlotte Raepsaet, Knaerke Soegaard, Anika Fourie) about varied topics of - clinical reasoning, wound assessment instruments, spinal cord injury, prone positioning, cost-effectiveness...within the domain of - pressure ulcer prevention, and improving patient care.