NewsInteractive Made Easy sessions launched at Harrogate 2012

Interactive Made Easy sessions launched at Harrogate 2012

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Interactive Made Easy sessions launched at Harrogate 2012One of several new additions to this year’s programme at Wounds UK Harrogate is the introduction of several interactive and lively Made Easy sessions.

These Made Easy sessions are designed to help you gain deeper insight into the topic area, within a more intimate environment, allowing real interaction between the audience and speakers.

PLACES FOR EACH SESSION ARE NOW LIMITED, SO PLEASE CONTACT enquiries@wounds-uk.com with your name, email address, job title and place of work, to register for the session/s you would like to attend.

Sessions are being held in the Conference Link room, accessed from the registration area of the Wounds UK Conference and are as follows:

 

Preventing pressure ulcers: A care plan       Supported by Smith & Nephew

Monday 12 November                   16.00 to 16.45

Tuesday 13 November                  14.30 to 15.15

  • Implementing a pressure ulcer prevention strategy
  • What does a prevention care pathway look like?
  • Cost-effective, simple-to-use products that make a real difference in reducing the numbers of pressure ulcers

Jacqui Fletcher, Principal Lecturer, University of Hertfordshire, NICE Fellow

Rebecca Martin, Lead Nurse, Tissue Viability, Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust

 

Microcurrent technology for hard-to-heal wounds    
Supported by Medicareplus International                      

Tuesday 13 November                09.00 to 09.45

Wednesday 14 November          12.30 to 13.15

  • Understanding the benefits of microcurrent technology
  • When to use
  • Practical tips for application

Speakers to be confirmed

 

Benefits of using portable NPWT       Supported by Smith & Nephew

Monday 12 November                  14.00 to 14.45

Tuesday 13 November                 11.00 to 11.45

  • Protecting high-risk patients undergoing surgical procedures
  • How to kick start chronic wounds into a normal healing trajectory

Caroline Dowsett, Nurse Consultant Tissue Viability, East London NHS Foundation Trust

John Timmons, Clinical and Education Manager NPWT, Smith & Nephew

 

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