Posts Tagged ‘Chronic Wounds’

Specialist Wound Consultations in the Community at No Out of Pocket Cost

Community Aged Care | Wound Innovations

Wound Innovations is providing Specialist Wound Consultations in the Community, with consultations incurring no out of pocket cost for patients.  Wound Innovations provide specialist Wound Management to residents in the Community which can be funded through eligible Home Care Packages and/or DVA Gold Card. Wound management can be provided at our clinic (Brisbane), in the…

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Fundamentals of Lymphoedema & Wound Care Management Workshop

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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 an understanding of…

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Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Dr John Bingley – Vascular Surgeon and Clinical Director of Wound Innovations

Dr John Bingley – Vascular Surgeon and Clinical Director of Wound Innovations   Tell us a little bit about your professional background? Queensland trained doctor, with time as a junior doctor in country hospital; Diploma of Obstetrics; research Masters and PhD in arterial injury; Vascular Surgery training completed 2003; worked in Brisbane since then; Director of Surgery at…

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Staying out of trouble below the knee: diagnosis, excision and ulcer management

Wound Innovations and Australian Skin Cancer Academy are happy to announce a new event specifically designed for General Practitioners “Staying out of trouble below the knee: diagnosis, excision and ulcer management”. Diagnosis and management of skin lesions and ulcers below the knee can be difficult. Choosing which lesion to excise, how to excise it to maximize healing, and how…

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Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Sharon Whalley

Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Sharon Whalley – Nurse Practicioner Candidate.   Tell us a little bit about your professional background? I am currently doing my Masters of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) course through the University of Newcastle, which I will complete in December 2018. I did my undergraduate degree in nursing at the University of Western Sydney many years ago.…

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An evening with Dr Kevin Woo – LIVE webinar & seminar

4th October 2017 – 5:30pm – 7:30pm Seminar / 6:00pm – 7:00pm AEST Webinar DOWNLOAD POSTER Wound Innovations invites you to this exclusive event with internationally renowned wound expert, Dr Kevin Woo (Canada). The seminar will cover highlights from Dr Woo’s research and practice interests including Wound bed preparation, Biofilm disruption and Mechanical debridement. Dr Kevin…

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Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Annabelle Bingley and Sarah Hylton

Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Annabelle Bingley and Sarah Hylton – Registered Nurses   Tell us a little bit about your professional background? Sarah and Annie met on the first day of their first clinical practice as undergraduate nurses at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and have been friends and co-workers ever since. They both had the good fortune of…

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5 more myths people believe about wounds

#woundmyths Continuing on our wound myths series, we are happy to present 5 more myths.. There are many beliefs people still hold about treating wounds. Do some of these myths sound familiar? Or do some of them surprise you? Our wonderful clinicians at Wound Innovations have put together this list of what they have heard from…

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Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Scott Lucadou-Wells

Introducing Wound Innovations staff: Scott Lucadou-Wells – Advanced Clinical Podiatrist.   Tell us a little bit about your professional background? I graduated from QUT in 1996 and began working in private practice doing general podiatry and musculoskeletal work. In 2002 I began work with QLD Health at Caboolture Community Health where I was introduced to managing clients with feet…

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5 myths people believe about wounds

#woundmyths There are many beliefs people still hold about treating wounds. Do some of these myths sound familiar? Or do some of them surprise you? Our wonderful clinicians at Wound Innovations have put together this list of what they have heard from consumers over the years. Treating wounds, in particular, hard to heal chronic wounds, requires specialist, holistic…

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