• Fact Sheet
  • May 31, 2019

Pressure Ulcers Neonate PLS Course Detail

Though the majority of pressure injury research involves the adult population, pressure injuries also affect infants and children. It is important for health care providers to understand both the factors involved in pressure injury development and how to prevent them occurring in at-risk neonatal and pediatric patients. 


Pediatric Learning Solutions has created a course in collaboration with a multi-hospital task force introducing the risk factors and risk assessment of pressure injury development in the pediatric population. 

  • Identify characteristics for each stage of pressure injuries.
  • Identify common locations and medical devices associated with pressure injury development.
  • Use a risk assessment tool such as the Braden Q scale to assess for risk factors of developing a pressure injury.
  • Implement intervention strategies to reduce risk of pressure injury development.
  • Accurately distinguish a Stage 1 pressure injury.
Quick Facts:
  • Length of the course is approximately 44 minutes
  • Available for 0.7 CNE contact hours
  • Recently reviewed in 2018
  • Part of our Acute Care Learning Solutions product line
  • Other Pressure Injury courses include:
Pressure Injury: Staging Assessment
Pressure Injury in the Pediatric Population: Staging and Care



Check with your hospital's LMS Administrator to view this course if you cannot find it in your course catalog. Contact Pediatric Learning Solutions with questions.

NOTE: This course is only available to staff at PLS Participating Hospitals through their Learning Management Systems. If you are interested, please check with your organization’s learning staff or contact Patty Kohn to learn more.