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Stop the Pressure Day – A year in review


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​​​​​​Time to act, to keep the skin intact, and time to move!

Join us for this exciting Stop the Pressure Day ‘Ask the Expert’ webinar. We’re bringing back some of our Clinical Experts to give you the opportunity to ask all the burning questions around pressure ulcer prevention, management and treatment.


Each of our expert panellists will also be sharing their top tips or updates for pressure ulcer prevention in their specialist areas, taking HCPs into 2024 with the objective of stopping the pressure each and every day.

FREE to attend and fully CPD-accredited webinar.

Meet the Experts

Alison Schofield, Adult Nursing BSc (Hons) & MSc Tissue Viability
Independent Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist

As a leading tissue viability clinician, Alison will be providing attendees with an update on the updated guidance from the new National Wound Care Strategy Programme on pressure ulcer prevention, management and treatment.

Anita Morton, RN BN (Hons)
Clinical Support Nurse

Anita will be sharing guidance to help care givers understand the impact of the support surface on skin integrity, whilst identifying a range of equipment and devices appropriate for the skin-device interface, all key to driving excellence in care.

Lynn Cornish, MSc (Wound Healing & Tissue Repair)
Tissue Viability Lead, St. Margaret’s Hospice Care, Cornwall

With more than 20 years’ experience in the hospice sector, Lynn will be sharing all the latest updates and top tips for pressure ulcer prevention in palliative and end of life care. 

Valerie Dowley, RGN, BSc (Hons),
Independent Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist

Valerie has many years’ experience in both acute & community healthcare settings. With the theme of this year’s Stop the Pressure Day being ‘time to move’, Valerie will be providing an update on repositioning our patients to “keep moving.” 

Dr. Zena Aldridge, RMHN MA FRSA
Independent Dementia Nurse Specialist

As a mental health nurse specialising in dementia care, Zena brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to the panel surrounding specialist dementia care and why people living with dementia are more at risk of developing pressure ulcers.