An NHS England programme delivered by the Health Innovation Network

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About the Programme

The National Wound Care Strategy programme (NWCSP) is commissioned by NHS England to improve care for people with wounds.

NWCSP Publications

We are developing a range of resources to help health and care professionals deliver better wound care and to help patients and carers understand what good care looks like and how to help care for their wounds.

Improving Wound Care

We are working with hospitals, community hospitals, community nursing, general practice, care homes and home care providers in our First Tranche Implementation sites to understand the challenges and develop solutions for improving wound care.

CQUIN

Leg ulceration and pressure ulcer risk assessment are included in the 2022/23 CCG CQUIN scheme.

Information for patients

These patient resources cover a variety of wound care topics.

Get involved

If you are based in England, sign up to one of our stakeholder forums and take part in our consultations to help us improve wound care together.

Meet the team

Get to know our team members.

News

Get the latest news updates from NWCSP.

Clinical resources

Information about pressure ulcers, lower limb wounds and surgical wounds for health and care professionals, people with wounds and their carers.

Education and Workforce

Digital, Data and Information

Supply and
Distribution

Evidence-based Wound Care

Twitter

Attending one of our online events? Please check your spam/junk for your joining instructions. The emails come from http://zoom.us and have everything you need to join. They are sent one week, one day and one hour before the online event - looking forward to seeing you!

Not long now until the Journal of Wound Care National Conference! Our team will be giving updates from across the National Wound Care Strategy Programme: https://www.nationalwoundcarestrategy.net/journal-of-wound-care-national-conference/ #PressureUlcers #HealthcareData #SurgicalWoundComplications @JWCeditor

A patient survey conducted by Manchester University Foundation Trust has shown that it is important to patients to be seen by a practitioner skilled in leg ulcer care in a timely manner, with treatment started as soon as possible: https://nationalwoundcarestrategy.net/case-studies/
@MFTnhs #LowerLimb

These QNI networks don't require an application process to join + are free. Our webinars and e-bulletins connect #nurses working in the #community and #primarycare to share best practice and innovations to improve #PatientCare, all in a supportive space: https://qni.org.uk/networks-for-community-nurses/@CrystalOldman

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