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eBlast 27 July 2017

In this eBlast:

DeepesTissues Contributions

DeepesTissues is Wounds Australia magazine, sharing news and information to members, covering a range of professional and clinical topics. The next edition of DeepesTissues will feature articles on venous leg ulcers. 

We are seeking contributions including project reports, case studies, research reports, or opinion pieces relating to venous leg ulcers or other issues relevant to wound care professionals. 
Contributions for the next issue close Wednesday 2 August. If you’re interested in submitting an article, contact Elfi Ashcroft, Editor of DeepesTissues: newsletter@woundsaustralia.com.au.

Membership Renewals are now due

Have you renewed your membership of Wounds Australia? If you have not yet paid your Wounds Australia membership fees for 2017/18, your membership benefits will soon expire. 

To ensure that you continue to receive membership benefits and advance best practice in wound care and management, please renew your membership. Your username and/or password for the membership portal can be retrieved by following the prompts on the Sign In page. 
If you require any other assistance with your renewal, please email National Office or call 1800 870 855.

Upcoming Events

Don’t miss out on these upcoming Wounds Australia events.  You can register for all Wounds Australia events at events.woundsaustralia.com.au

In Other News... 
Australian National Healthcare Associated Infection Point Prevalence Survey

For the first time in over 30 years, a healthcare associated infection (HAI) point prevalence survey is to be conducted in Australia.

The survey aims to estimate the total burden of HAIs in acute care hospitals in Australia; and to describe the HAIs by site, type of patient, specialty, type of facility and geographical location. The project will commence recruiting hospitals towards the end of 2017 for the survey to be undertaken in 2018.

More information available from Infection Prevention & Control Consortium Australiawebsite (via Deakin University).

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