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Lauching today: EWMA participates in a UK Managing Diabetes Campaign
EWMA is engaged in the Managing Diabetes campaign from HealthAwarenessUK, which launches today, to ensure a focus on the challenges related to the diabetic foot.
EWMA is currently working on a series of European curriculum for post registration qualification of nurses.
The aim of this initiative is to support more standardised content in the existing and future educational programmes used in levels 5-7 of the European Qualifications Framework (EQF).
The first two curricula (EQF level 5 and 6) have been published as online supplements to the Journal of Wound Care.
The EQF level 6 curriculum was published in February 2019.
Download the Curriculum for nurses EQF level 6 here (Free of charge, log-in required)
The EQF Level 5 curriculum was published in December 2017.
Download the Curriculum for nurses EQF level 5 here (Free of charge, log-in required)
EWMA works towards a close collaboration with European nurse organisations as well as educational institutions to implement these common curricula.
In this episode of the EWMA podcasts, Samantha Holloway, Chair of the EWMA Education Committee and Teacher Network, speaks to Sebastian Probst and Ida Verheyen-Cronau about the standardisation of the wound education in Europe. Both podcast guests share their experience in implementation of the EWMA level 5 and 6 post-registration curricula for nurses in Switzerland and Germany.
Wound Curriculum for Nurses EQF level 5
Wound Curriculum for Nurses EQF level 6
For more information about this initiative, please contact the EWMA Secretariat, email@example.com