PPPIA
The following sponsors provided unconditional education grants to support guideline dissemination:
Gold Sponsors: Mölnlycke Health Care, Hillrom. Silver Sponsors: Smith and Nephew, Medela, Arjo

Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries: Clinical Practice Guideline

PPPIA is pleased to be a part of an international collaboration with the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel and National Pressure Injury Advisory Panel, to produce the most the most extensive evidence-based international pressure injury guideline . The PPPIA, who are represented in the Guideline Governance Group (GGG) and all small working groups are proud to be leaders at the global level in producing this guideline.

International Edition (Third Edition) available November 2019

PPPIA is pleased to announce the release of the International edition (third edition) of Prevention and Treatment of Pressure Ulcers/Injuries: Clinical Practice Guideline

  • The full Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) includes the evidence-based recommendations and good practice statements, together with implementation considerations, evidence summaries and evidence discussion. The CPG provides helpful guidance for how to implement the recommendations. The full guideline also includes 20 quality indicators for auditing best practice in pressure injury prevention and treatment, and over 70 figures and tables as a resource for users.

    The CPG is available for purchase in hard-copy or e-version.

  • The Quick Reference Guide (QRG) is designed for busy health professionals. The QRG is not intended for use in isolation from the CPG but provides a quick summary of the evidence-based recommendations, good practice statements and quality indicators.

    The QRG is available for purchase in hard-copy or you may download the free e-version.

  • PURCHASE the full Clinical Practice Guideline (CPG) in hard copy or e-version from the Guideline Store.
  • PURCHASE the Quick Reference Guide (QRG) in hard copy from the Guideline Store.
  • DOWNLOAD the free e-version of the Quick Reference Guide (QRG).