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eBlast - 6 July 2017

In this eBlast:

Membership Renewals are now due

Membership renewal notices have now been sent to all members, and renewal fees are due as of 30 June 2017. 

To ensure that you continue to receive membership benefits and advance best practice in wound care and management, please renew your membership. If you do not remember your username and/or password for the membership portal please follow the prompts on the Sign In page. If you wish to pay by bank transfer, details of our direct deposit payment option are available on the portal.
If you require any other assistance with your renewal, please email National Office or call 1800 870 855.

Upcoming Events

Wounds Australia Events:
•           11 July: Patients at the Centre of Care (ACT)
•           16 August: Wound CSI: Combating Serious Infection (SA)
•           1 September: It’s TIME for Another Day at the Races (SA)
•           13 October: Winning the Trifecta in Wound Management: Client, Carer, Clinician (NSW) 
•           17 November: Wound Management: Setting the Standard (VIC)
More events are added every month so stay tuned to eBlasts for events near you!

Events held by other organisations are listed on the Wounds Australia website.

A New Face in the National Office

Marisa Cartland has joined the Wounds Australia National Office in Canberra as part-time Office Administrator, to assist during the busy renewal period. 
If you’d like to discuss renewal, event registration or other aspects of your Wounds Australia membership, please feel free to call the National Office on 1800 870 855, or email admin@woundsaustralia.com.au. Marisa can be reached directly at Marisa.Cartland@woundsaustralia.com.au.

In Other News… 
Release of the National Strategic Framework for Chronic Conditions


The National Strategic Framework for Chronic Conditions provides guidance for the development and implementation of policies, strategies, actions and services to reduce the impact of chronic conditions in Australia. It supersedes the National Chronic Disease Strategy 2005 and associated National Service Improvement Frameworks.

The Framework moves away from a disease-specific approach and provides national direction applicable to a broad range of chronic conditions by recognising that there are often similar underlying principles for the prevention and management of many chronic conditions. The Framework will better cater for shared health determinants, risk factors and multi-morbidities across a broad range of chronic conditions.

The Framework was endorsed by all Health Ministers, through the COAG Health Council, in February 2017 and publicly released in May 2017. View the Framework


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