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Featuring presentations on Surgical Site Infections and Antimicrobial Solutions.

When: August 16, 2017
Where: Adelaide, SA
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Wounds Australia (South Australia) is holding their major biennial one day seminar on 1st September 2017. Entitled “It’s TIME for Another Day at the Races”, this seminar will continue the racing theme, with a focus on the TIME principles of wound bed preparation.

When: September 1, 2017
Where: Morphettville, SA
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Join us in Canberra for the Wounds Australia (ACT) 2017 Conference, focused on Prioritising Skin Health in Clinical Practice. Encapsulating the diversity of skin health, wound healing and the significance of well-being.

When: October 6, 2017
Where: Canberra, ACT
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Wounds Australia (New South Wales) present a 1-day conference "Winning the Trifecta in Wound Management: Client, Carer, Clinician"

When: October 13, 2017
Where: Broadmeadow, NSW
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The first Tasmanian education event under the national body Wounds Australia will feature a presentation from leading wound expert, Associate Professor Bill McGuiness, Director of the Alfred La Trobe Clinical School.  There will also be an opportunity for discussion and questions relating to key practice points on aseptic technique in wound dressing procedure, facilitated by Clarissa Young. Lastly Anne Buck, CEO of Wounds Australia, will speak on her vision for Wounds Australia as... Details
When: November 3, 2017
Where: Hobart and Launceston, TAS
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The theme for this one day conference is Wound Management: Setting the Standard. In planning the program, the organising committee have selected topics that will be interesting, interactive and clinically useful for attendees.

When: November 17, 2017
Where: Preston, VIC

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Wound CSI : Combating Serious Infection
South Australian Seminar