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eBlast - 9 March 2017

In this eBlast:

Membership Portal is Now Available
You can now renew your Wounds Australia membership or update your details via the new Wounds Australia Membership Portal
With this transition complete, Wounds Australia has officially moved all membership services in-house rather than through the previous provider, PAMS. We appreciate your patience during this time but we are looking forward to the new functionality this change will bring as we continue to improve services.
If you have any enquiries about your membership, or would like assistance with the new portal, please call the Wounds Australia office on 1800 870 855, or email membership@woundsaustralia.com.au.

GLOBIAD Validation Survey

In 2016, the University Centre for Nursing and Midwifery (Ghent University, Belgium) developed the Ghent Global IAD Categorisation Tool (GLOBIAD). The tool categorizes lesions caused by Incontinence-Associated Dermatitis (IAD) in four categories. This year we aim to validate GLOBIAD by examining the degree of agreement between health professionals /caregivers by categorising photographs of IAD using two survey process. Over 20 countries are involved in this process.

Wounds Australia members are invited to participate in the first phase of the international validation of the GLOBIAD by participating in this survey. You will then be invited for the second phase of this project, which will commence one week after completing this survey.
The survey will take approximately 25 minutes. Please use the following link to start the first phase: GLOBIAD Survey

Reminder - Literature Review on Guidelines for Wound Research - Call for Applications

The Wounds Australia Research Portfolio is calling for applications to undertake a review of the literature on guidelines for research related to chronic wound prevention, assessment, diagnosis and management. 

The review will identify gaps in information and present recommendations about the areas where additional guidance is warranted to provide support to novice and veteran researchers alike, including consideration of the Asia/Pacific area specific context and priorities. The outcomes of this literature review will assist the Wounds Australia Research Portfolio determine whether any position statements/guidelines should be generated.  

Applications are sought from suitably qualified researchers to undertake the outlined literature review. Funding of $5,000.00 (AUD) is available to the successful applicant/s to undertake the literature review upon commissioning of the review.  Applications are due by 31 March 2017. 
More information about this project and how to apply is available on the Wounds Australia website.

Upcoming Events

March is proving to be a busy month for Wounds Australia members, with exciting events held in many states. Remaining this month:


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