Improving clinical care for people with wounds

Events

20
Sep 2017

EPUAP 2017

September 2017 sees the EPUAP return to the UK to hold their annual conference. Main conference topics include Debate about pressure ulcer terminology and classification Basic pressure ulcer research Update about the guideline implementation Patient involvement in pressure ulcer practice, research, guideline development

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29
Sep 2017

Non-Medical Prescribing for Pain

This important national conference provides an essential update for current and aspiring non medical prescribers on prescribing for pain.

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06
Oct 2017

Implementing the NICE Guidance & updated Quality Standard on Diabetic Foot Problems Prevention and Management

This conference focuses on improving practice in the prevention and management of diabetic foot problems including implementing the updated NICE guideline, Quality Standard, and operational framework to improve care for patients with diabetic foot disease.

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17
Jul 2017

Eliminating Heel Pressure Ulcers

Chaired by Tina Chambers, Past Chair, Tissue Viability Society, and Tissue Viability Consultant Educator and Advisor this national conference will provide you with practical guidance for eliminating avoidable heel pressure ulcers and improving care and treatment in your service

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26
Jun 2017

Pressure Ulcer Summit

Chaired by Tina Chambers Immediate Past Chair Tissue Viability Society Tissue Viability this national summit aims to bring together tissue viability nurses, wound care leads and senior nurses to discuss the important issue of eliminating avoidable pressure ulcers. The conference will provide national updates covering; implementing the national stop the pressure campaign and monitoring progress against the National NICE Quality Standard for Pressure Ulcers. NHS Improvement has announced Pressure Ulcers as a priority area for 2016/17 as the first part of their programme on patient safety initiatives, and Prof Mark Radford Director of Nursing at NHS Improvement will give a national update on this work.

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12
Jul 2017

Innovation in Wound Prevention and Treatment Day 3

This summer Swansea University and the Welsh Wound Innovation Centre will enable experienced clinicians to explore and understand the latest trends in wound care. The three one-day courses feature a wide range of national and international experts in wound care including Professor Keith Harding Trudie Young Kathryn Vowden. The event will be held in the excellent School of Management building on the Swansea University Bay Campus – visit http://www.swansea.ac.uk/virtual-tour-stand-alone/?s=bay&c=1 for a virtual tour of the facilities available for the event. There is an opportunity for exhibitors to exhibit at this event – stand space is available for £250 per day or £600 to cover all three days. Please reserve your space at this key wound event in Wales this summer by contacting the Welsh Wound Network at info@welshwoundnetwork.org.

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