by Janette Dietzler Otte BSN, COCN, CWS, MSN , 04-29-13 19:50:53 EDT
Thank you for posting the lecture! I love his message and analogy of war and wound care. It is a little like we are at war with wounds to make them heal and the battle continues even once the skin is closed to keep the patient health and wound free. His points on our need to be more aggressive in prevention is also a very important message. Great lecture!
by Cynthia Fleck APRN, BSN, CWS, DAPWCA, DNC
03-16-2013 5:59 pm
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by Pamela Scarborough CDE, CWS, DPT , 03-21-13 21:36:48 EDT
WOW. What a moving talk. Inspires us all to try our best to do the right thing. Thanks for guiding us to this lecture, Cynthia. Pamela Scarborough
by Cynthia Fleck APRN, BSN, CWS, DAPWCA, DNC , 04-29-13 20:44:38 EDT
I'm so glad that you and others who have viewed the lecture enjoyed it and were as moved as I, Janette. He is one of the most inspirational physicians I have ever met! I had the opportunity to work in his clinic with him in Atlanta last year and it was so amazing to see him working with our veterans. He treated each and every one of them like royalty. We are very lucky to have this gifted provider in our wound care world! Dr. Jeff Frenchman is the real deal!
Keep Healing and Caring,
by Laurie Rappl PT, DPT, CWS
04-25-2013 4:27 pm