HARTMANN has recently been nominated for two, HSJ Partnership Awards. Two of HARTMANN’s recent wound care projects with Herts Health GP Federation and Manchester NHS Foundation Trust were shortlisted in the ‘Best Healthcare Provider Partnership’ category for 2019.
This year, HARTMANN has joined force with Wound Care People to support General Practice Nurse development in the form of a dedicated Education Academy. Whether you are a new generalist nurse unfamiliar with the responsibilities of your role or have been in post for a while and want to set new challenges, this area offers advice and resources to help you achieve your goals.
Clinical skills and knowledge are core elements for any clinician. The evolving NHS and patient needs require clinicians to step outside of their comfort zone. Presenting business cases, coordinating projects, adjusting to service evolution, presenting clinical and health economic outcomes are some of the key skills required in today’s role.
“At HARTMANN UK, we believe our support in providing personal development opportunities and resources for clinicians, will help us all to go further for health and continue to improve wound care for all.
In order to progress wound care practice and deliver a quality service, personal development requires commitment and passion. At HARTMANN UK, we offer access to valuable personal development resources due, in part, to our unique partnership with GPN. This is our commitment as a trusted partner to you!” - Emma Deakin, Marketing Director, HARTMANN UK
Wound Care People aims to help nurses in their day to day clinical practice and be an independent go-to resource for all clinicians. Wound Care Today is run in association with the well-established support brand across wound care, The Journal of Community Nursing (JCN) and the Journal of General Practice Nursing (GPN) in association with Education for Health.
This new partnership demonstrates HARTMANN’s commitment to both General Practice Nurse Education and a passion for education and support across all wound care clinicians. The Personal Development Area is accessible via the Wound Care People website (https://www.woundcare-today.com/personal-development).