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1E: References

This is a list of references used to produce the content for Module 1.

Australian Wound Management Association (AWMA), Pan Pacific Clinical Practice Guideline for the Prevention and Management of Pressure Injury2012, Cambridge Media Osborne Park, WA.

Baranoski, S. 2003. How to prevent and manage skin tears. Advances in Skin & Wound Care 16 (5): 268-270.

Beeckman, D., L. Schoonhoven, S. Verhaeghe, A. Heyneman and T. Defloor. 2009. Prevention and treatment of incontinence-associated dermatitis: literature review. Journal of Advanced Nursing 65(6): 1141-54.

Bryant, R. 2000. Acute & Chronic Wounds Nursing Management, 2nd ed. St Louis: Mosby.

Coleman, K. 2001. Practical management of skin tears. Wound Care Network 6: 2-4.

Coley, C. 2009. Skin care for leg ulcers. Journal of Community Nursing 23: 26-30.

Best Practice Statement: Care of the Older Person’s Skin. 2nd ed. 2012: Wounds UK.

Hodgkinson, B. Nay, R. and Wilson, J. A systematic review of topical skin care in aged care facilities. Journal of Clinical Nursing 2006. 16: 129-136.

The Joanna Briggs Institute: Topical skin care in aged care facilities. Best Practice: evidence-based information sheets for health professionals 2007, 11:1-4.

McErlean, B., S. Sandison, D. Muir, B. Hutchinson, and W. Humphreys. 2004. Skin tear prevalence and management at one hospital. Primary Intention 12 (2): 83-88.

Morey, P. 2003. Skin tears: a case review. Primary Intention 11 (4): 197-202.

Murray, E. 2005. Skin tears - evaluation of education program in an acute hospital setting. Journal of Stomal Therapy Australia 25 (3): 12-18.

Payne, R. and M. Martin. 1993. Defining and classifying skin tears: need for common language. Ostomy Wound Management 39 (5): 16.

Stechmiller, J. et al. Guidelines for the prevention of pressure ulcers. Wound Repair and Regeneration 2008. 16: 151 - 168.

White, W. 2001. Skin tears: a descriptive study of the opinions, clinical practice and knowledge base of RNs caring for the aged in high care residential facilities. Primary Intention 9 (4): 138-149.

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