Webinars

Medline University offers webinars to communicate a variety of different information and messages to our users. We make this convenient by allowing access to these webinars any day and time. Be sure to check back often for new available topics.

  • The ERASE CAUTI Solution’s comprehensive education and training program actively reinforces best practices for CAUTI prevention, helping ingrain them in your staff. The program also supports compliance ...

  • Learn from Clinical Education Specialist Amy Robison as she explores the different types and causes of lower extremity wounds and effective strategies for prevention and treatment. #Resources #Webinars ...

  • This short 20 minute webinar exploring skin injuries other than pressure injuries/ulcers- specifically moisture associated skin damage (MASD) including incontinence associated dermatitis (IAD), intertriginous ...

  • This short 20 minute webinar will explore both local and systemic factors that affect wound healing. Topics include identification of goals of care, the role of infection, and strategies for correcting ...

  • A simple and effective educational webinar that highlights a unique method of teaching and learning to stage pressure injuries using the analogy of an apple. Utilizing NPUAP definitions with photos of ...

  • This short video offers a tour of the site, and is appropriate for learners and administrators. Learners can find the courses they need, and administrators can discover how to leverage the power of Medline ...

  • Medline University makes it easy for learners to find the courses they need, and administrators to help achieve their facilities' learning objectives. Every week, we’ll host LIVE 30-minute training sessions ...

  • Don't worry if you missed our recent webinar introducing you to the new Medline University!  We recorded it for you, and you can check it out right here!  This webinar walks super users/admins through ...

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  • Understanding ethnic skin variations is vital to the wound care practitioner. Recognizing normal and abnormal dermatological variants unique to noncaucasian skin is important for early intervention, proper ...