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eBlast - January 2017

Early though it is, 2017 is already proving to be filled with great opportunities for Wounds Australia members. Australia, through the support of Wounds Australia, is hosting the Inaugural International Wound Practice and Research Conference in September, and the call for abstracts currently open. The second round of the Wounds Australia Grants and Scholarship Program for this financial year is also currently open, but the deadline is approaching quickly. See below to learn more about these opportunities.

National Office Establishment
To assist in the challenges of the new year, two new faces have joined the Wounds Australia National Office. Katherine Guerin (Membership Officer) and Shiree de Silva (Finance Officer) are based in our office in Canberra to deliver membership services and support Wounds Australia activities. While the office phone system is still being established, you can contact the National Office by email:

Katherine, Anne & Shiree (left to right)

IWPRC 2017 – Call for Abstracts Extended to 28 February 2017

The Inaugural International Wound Practice and Research Conference will be held in Brisbane in September 2017. The call for abstracts is now open and has been extended to 28 February 2017. For submission details or to submit an abstract visit the IWPRC 2017 website.

This conference launches the International Wound Practice and Research Alliance that will bring together like minded wound care associations within the region to share resources, exchange experiences and form political alliances. An important goal will be to foster national associations in countries in our region who may have greater challenges such as often lack resources but are not short on the passion to improve outcomes for those with wounds. Early-bird registrations are now open.

Grants and Scholarships Applications due 31 January

As a Wounds Australia member, a range of Grants and Scholarships are available to you. Applications for the first 2017 round for the Wounds Australia Grants and Scholarship Program close on 31 January, and the Board are keen to see this program continue to support members in their professional development and research activities.

Submit your application via the Grants and Scholarships section of the Wounds Australia website to ensure you make the most of this opportunity.

DeepesTissues contributions

DeepesTissues is Wounds Australia’s quarterly newsletter and the Editors are seeking contributions from members.  This is a good way to share information about anything wounds related, such as

DeepesTissues does not require peer-review. Submissions for the March 2017 issue close 1 February 2017, so if you would like to contribute please email the editors at newsletter@woundsaustralia.com.au  for more information!

 


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