Atlantic Beach, FL – January 24, 2020 – Kestrel Health Information, Inc., announces that over 14,600 clinicians were educated through their popular WoundSource Practice Accelerator program in 2019.

“The response from our readers and site visitors has been incredible,” said Jeanne Cunningham, publisher of WoundSource and Founder/President of Kestrel Health Information.

“We had a total of 10,700 clinicians in the program in 2018 and the growth we saw in 2019 tells us that the education provided in this program is needed and appreciated. Every month, we’ve gotten wonderful feedback on the resources we’ve been providing. There’s a clear hunger for resources like these to support wound care providers in their professional development.”

The WoundSource Practice Accelerator program is designed to provide educational resources on a key clinical topic each month. Educational resources in 2019 included ongoing professional education, interactive educational experiences with industry professionals, and research-driven content provided by experienced wound care specialists.

The WoundSource Practice Accelerator program launched in November of 2017 on WoundSource.com. Each month, the series tackles issues that could arise in treatment and provides solutions, care management practice strategies, and details on cutting-edge products used in treatment. Since its inception, the program has covered many wound care topics including surgical wound management, pressure injury prevention, wound infection, and skin care, as well as specific chronic wound challenges such as diabetic foot ulcers and venous ulcers.

The WoundSource Practice Accelerator topic for January is infection control and wound management, featuring a guide to the assessment and management of wound infection and a webinar presented by Emily Greenstein, APRN, CNP, CWON, FACCWS titled “Managing Unresponsive Infected Wounds.”

There are limited months available for 2020! Contact a representative to secure your sponsorship today. Click here to learn more about the WoundSource Practice Accelerator program.