This online course consisting of 4 modules, and has been specifically designed for those considering a career in the Wound Management Industry. Developed in collaboration with the JEM Med Academy, the course has been created to compliment experiential learning in a manner that is both practical and relevant to those considering employment in the industry and those who are new to their wound management journey.
These interactive four-hour workshops have been designed to enhance your capacity to assess and treat complex wounds in the hospital & primary care setting. The workshops utilise a sustainability framework devised to enhance clinical outcomes, whilst minimising the economic, social and environmental impacts of care. Wound dressings, when discussed, are done so in the context of Wound Bed Preparation and presented generically to enable you to get the best of of the products you currently have available in the workplace. As a participant, you will leave the workshop with an innovation strategy for your workplace designed to translate learning into sustainable practice. For full agenda please check individual workshops via the Eventbrite links below.
Standard registration $88 (GST inc)
Group bookings (3 or more) $66 (GST inc)
Homelessness Sector Free of charge (3 per workshop)
Due to the cost of running workshop, full refunds are not available within 7 days of workshops. Where refunds are not possible, every effort will be made to offer an alternative workshop date.
Good wound management is more than the application of products. It necessitates access to services, decent nutrition and hydration, basic hygiene, access to the right products and compliance to prescribed treatments. For many of us, these can be implied, however for the approximately 116,000 Australians who are currently homeless (ABS 2018) the same cannot be assumed. For these individuals, the impact of living with a wound can be significant, impacting quality of life and predisposing to chronicity and morbidity. Not only is the risk of wound incursion greater, but the effects are likely to be more impactful given the challenges of meeting with the requisites of care.
With this in mind, Clinical Design Solutions is pleased to announce that in 2022, registration for the WA Wound Management Workshops will be offered at no cost to Nurses working within the Homelessness Sector. I’m hopeful that this contribution enables an approach to wound care of the homeless that is both evidence-based and sustainable. I look forward to welcoming you all to the 2022 program.
This workshop is endorsed by ACN according to our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Endorsed Course Standards. It has been allocated 4 CPD hours according to the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia
– Continuing Professional Development Standard.
Clinical Design Solutions is pleased to announce the the official industry sponsor for the 2022 Wound Management Workshop series is Lohmann & Rauscher. L & R are a well established company who manufacture and supply a range of wound management products designed to enhance clinical outcomes for patients living with wounds. Importantly, L & R as a company embrace the principals of sustainability as evidence by their EN ISO 5001 and EN ISO 14001 credentialing. For more information, please click on the logo to access the L & R 2020 sustainability report.