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Skincare is regarded as a basic patient care that is associated with the general quality of care received by a patient in hospital. Quality care has incorporated measures that seek to minimize as well as preventing the breakdown of skin and pressure ulcers thereby emerging as a nursing research priority. The quality issue of pressure ulcers is an initiative that dates back in 1993, the year when pressure ulcers rates were perceived to be high. All in all the pressure ulcer initiative is based on a vast context of professional practice that connects the education infrastructures and the nursing quality improvement.