Hartmann Launches
Virtual Learning Platform


It takes more than a global pandemic to stop HARTMANN UKI’s training programme and we are delighted to say that our online virtual learning platform is live and going from strength to strength.

Launched in July to provide education to health care professionals on key aspects of wound care, our modules are developing knowledge and understanding in this therapy area and the appropriate use of products and technologies, in order to treat patients effectively.

Since the launch, we have educated over 400 health care professionals, averaging 30 sessions per month, via this new virtual platform. The demand is increasing as the word spreads, with more healthcare professionals wanting education in this way.

The training can take place at a time convenient for you and your team. All participants need to do is download Microsoft TEAMs on a phone, tablet or computer and they can join anywhere. Sessions last a maximum of 2 hours and are CPD accredited to support Continued Professional Development (CPD) and revalidation.

Generic topics include anatomy and physiology of the skin and wound healing; wound assessment; exudate management; wound bed preparation; pressure ulceration; and skin tears.

Dawn Stevens, Clinical Development Manager at HARTMANN UKI comments, “We have had some fantastic feedback from participants, who have benefited from the ease of attending these training modules. No travel, no time wasted and lots of opportunities for personal development, networking and discussing issues around wound care with like- minded professionals.

“The platform has not only been flexible and interactive, it has also proven to be a great way to engage with and educate our customers over the last few months. It is definitely something we will continue to develop and evolve even further long-term.”

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HARTMANN Virtual Learning Platform - learn, inform, network, knowledge.