mywound Patient Support Programme

The skin is the largest organ of the body. Acting as a barrier from the outside world, it keeps the body protected from infections and temperature changes. Injuries can damage this protective layer, leading to wounds, scarring and potential risks such as infection. Wound care is of the utmost importance following a burn, surgery or injury to limit the chance of infection and preserve the skins function. Further to the advice a medical professional will provide following an injury or burn, self-management techniques are important to help you take control of your health. If you’re looking for additional support in managing your wound, then sign-up for talkhealth’s mywound Patient Support Programme today.

If you join our mywound support programme between now and the end of August, you will have the chance of being selected to received one of 1000 free gifts.

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The mywound programme is designed to provide you with supportive weekly information, from medical professionals, charities and talkhealth. The PSP has been written under the NHS England guidelines for the Information Standard, which means that the information you receive has been created using reliable and trusted sources of information.

With a weekly email, containing a link through to a wealth of information about wound healing and scar management, mywound provides 12 weeks of dedicated support and includes coverage of topics such as:

  • Stages of wound healing
  • Pain management
  • Nutrition
  • Scar management
  • And much more

Sign up for mywound today to begin your Patient Support Programme journey. By joining the programme you will also be eligible for a free sample of KELO-COTE scar gel, and for a discount voucher as a thank you.

* All content provided in the mywound Patient Support Programme (PSP) has been written by both medical professionals and talkhealth and certified by the Information Standard, based on available medical evidence (sources of evidence available on request) and is for information purposes only. It does not constitute a replacement for professional medical advice. If you are concerned about any aspects of your health or wish to discuss something you have read within the PSP, you should make an appointment to see your doctor. You should always seek medical advice before changing your treatment routine. talkhealth does not endorse any specific products, brands, or treatments.

The mywound Patient Support Programme is supported in part by sponsorship by KELO-COTE who have not had any influence over the content. Editorial control remains with talkhealth. No personal details will be shared with the supporting company.