Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs
Louisiana State University Health Shreveport
Stanley McCallon, PT, DPT, CWS
Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs and Outreach
Associate Professor of Physical Therapy
LSU Health Sciences Center – School of Allied Health Professions
Allied Health Clinics Director
Education and Post-Graduate Training:
Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctorate of Physical Therapy (1996,2005,2008 respectively) from LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport, LA
Member of American and Louisiana Physical Therapy Association since 1994; Former Vice President of the Louisiana Physical Therapy Association
Teaching interest include clinical education, integumentary disorders and clinic administration
Research in multiple areas of wound management including the use of negative pressure wound therapy and enzymatic debridement; clinical education of direct care providers in long term care setting
McCallon SK, Frilot C. A Retrospective Study of the Effects of Clostridial Collagenase Ointment and Negative Pressure Wound Therapy for the Treatment of Chronic Pressure Ulcers. WOUNDS 2015: 27(3):44-53.
McCulloch JM, Mahoney E, McCallon SK. Invited Commentary: Enhancing the Role of Physical Therapy in Venous Leg Ulcer Management. JAMA Dermatology. 2015; 151(3):327-327.
McCallon SK. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy. In: Kloth LC, McCulloch JM (eds). Wound Healing:Alternatives in Management, Fourth Edition. Philadelphia PA: FA Davis Company, 2010
McCallon SK, Hurlow J. Clinical applications for the use of enzymatic debriding ointment and broad-spectrum bacteriostatic foam dressing. Journal Ostomy Continence Nurses November/December 2009
McCallon S. Enzymes for Wound Debridement and Healing. Extended Care Product News July/August 2007;120: 30-35.
McCallon S, Blanchard P. Negative Pressure Wound Therapy. Home Health Care Consultant 2002;9(3):18-24.
McCallon S, Knight A, McCulloch J, et al. Vacuum-Assisted Closure versus Saline Moistened Gauze in the Healing of Post-Operative Diabetic Foot Wounds. Ostomy Wound Management 2000;46:28-34.
Specialty Training/Board Certifications
Board certified in wound management (Certified Wound Specialist #1347) by the American Board of Wound Management in 2001; recertified in 2011.
State/National Service or Recognition
Lead Educator and Coordinator – collaboration with Louisiana Department of Health, Louisiana Nursing Home Association and LSU Health Shreveport entitled: Initiative to reduce Pressure Ulcers in long stay, high risk nursing home residents. 2016-present
Board member with the American Board of Wound Management from 2005-2012; served as President from 2008-2010.
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Saturday, October 15, 2022
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