* 1. Please identify your current role

* 2. Please select your main area of work

* 3. How can any non-clinical staff member assist in prevention of pressure injury to our patients?

* 4. All patients are at risk of developing a pressure injury. Which patients are more at risk than other hospital patients?

* 5. Where are the two most common sites for a pressure injury to develop?

Select two

* 6. True or false?

A hospital patient can develop a pressure injury from wearing spectacles.

* 7. True or false?

A hospital patient cannot develop a pressure injury from wearing oxygen nasal prongs.

* 8. Every patient requires a risk assessment to determine their risk of developing a pressure injury whilst in hospital.

Which of the following actions will make the risk assessment more effective?

A. Speak openly to the patient about preventative measures
B. Encourage the patient to search for information on the internet
C. Encourage the patient to reposition themselves as much as they can whilst in bed
D. Suggest drinking only decaffeinated coffee whilst in hospital
E. Regular skin inspections and assessment as guided by the risk assessment

* 9. Why is it essential to identify if a patient has a pressure injury that was already present on admission?

* 10. If you are concerned about a patient at risk of, or suspected of, having a pressure injury, which of the following could provide assistance?

A. Ghostbusters
B. The Nursing Shift Coordinator
C. RPBG Wound Management Service
D. A plastic surgeon
E. The CN, SDN, NUM, or After-hours CNS