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New workshop – Fundamentals of Lymphoedema & Wound Care Management

Jul 19, 2018 | Comments Off on New workshop – Fundamentals of Lymphoedema & Wound Care Management

Earn 10 Hours CPD and learn evidence-based management of lymphoedema and wound care in this half day workshop. DOWNLOAD EVENT FLYER Located at our state of the art learning facilities at Spring Hill, this event utilises a practical skills development approach to learning about evidenced based management of lymphodema in chronic wounds. Learning Outcomes: Display…

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Time to Put Your Feet First – National Diabetes Week 2018

Jul 9, 2018 | Comments Off on Time to Put Your Feet First – National Diabetes Week 2018

They walk us around all day, squeeze into uncomfortable shoes, take a knock here and there and rarely complain. But for people with diabetes, feet are also often over-looked as the management of other aspects of diabetes takes higher priority. And with 1.7 million Australians living with diabetes, and 50,000 Australians living with diabetic foot…

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Leading Diabetes Organisations Join Forces to End Avoidable Amputations in a Generation

Jun 21, 2018 | 0 Comments

Diabetic foot disease (DFD) is globally recognised as the leading cause of all lower-limb amputations, and in Australia alone, it results in 4,400 amputations, 27,600 hospitalisations and nearly 1,700 deaths each year.  The Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (Wound CRC), Wound Innovations and the Australian Diabetes Society (ADS), today announced that Diabetic Foot Australia…

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Announcement: A new horizon in online education – WHIA education to be provided by Wound Innovations

Jun 4, 2018 | Comments Off on Announcement: A new horizon in online education – WHIA education to be provided by Wound Innovations

Wound Healing Institute Australia (WHIA), a subsidiary of the Wound Management Innovation CRC, has been growing as a leader in accredited and endorsed online education for professionals. WHIA will be closing from 30 June 2018. However, all the modules you used to access through WHIA – including the recently launched perineal care module and soon…

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