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eBlast 20 July 2017

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You are invited to submit an abstract for poster presentations at the Victorian Conference: Setting the Standard

Poster presentations are a great experience for first-time presenters, and a good opportunity to share the results of your work with a wider audience.  The closing date for abstracts is 28 July 2017. 

The Scientific Committee is seeking abstracts for poster presentations on the conference theme Setting the Standard. Abstracts can report original research studies, pilot studies, case studies, protocols, or literature reviews.  Presentations will be in poster format with a brief 3-minute oral presentation. All abstracts will be reviewed by volunteering committee members in a blind and independent process. Prizes for best poster will be awarded at the conference.

For more information go to https://members.woundsaustralia.com.au/Wounds/Events/2017_VIC_Conference

Wounds Australia Scholarships & Grants – applications closing soon

Wounds Australia provides up to $56,000 per year in Educational Scholarships and Grants just for members.  The scholarships support and promote continuing professional development in the speciality area of wound prevention and management. These scholarships may be used by the recipient for state, national or international conferences (as an attendee/delegate or presenter) or courses / seminars related to wound prevention and / or management.  

Applications for the next round of scholarships close 31 July 2017. For further information and application criteria see the Grants and Scholarships page.

Don’t miss out on this great opportunity open only to Wounds Australia members. 

European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel Meeting in Northern Ireland

Wounds Australia members are invited to attend the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP)’s 19th Annual Meeting in Belfast, Northern Ireland on 20–22 September. The theme of the 3-day conference is “One Voice for Pressure Ulcer Prevention and Treatment, Challenges and Opportunities for Practice, Research and Education”.

More information and registration is available at the conference website, http://epuap2017.org/

Upcoming Events 

For a complete list of upcoming events see events.woundsaustralia.com.au

In Other News…
New target could soothe the itch of inflammatory skin conditions


Existing medicines could offer a new way to treat inflammatory skin conditions, researchers at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and the Royal Melbourne Hospital have revealed.

The research team discovered skin inflammation relies on a protein called RIPK1, and could be prevented by depleting this protein. The finding offers hope that drugs targeting RIPK1, which are currently in clinical trials, could offer relief to people with skin conditions such as psoriasis.

For more information please see the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute website.

 


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