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Wounds Australia is the peak body for wound care and management in Australia through advocacy, education and research.


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eBlast (15/3/2018)
Wounds Australia e Newsletter DeepesTissues - March 2018 Edition, Wounds Australia (ACT) Twilight Education - 4 April 2018 - Registration Open Now, Wounds Australia Scholarship Winners, In Other News - Journal Article - 100 Years of Bedsores: How Much Have We Learned?, Upcoming Events more...

eBlast (8/3/2018)
Wounds Australia Research Grants 2018 - EOI Open Now, Wounds Australia (QLD) Twilight Seminar -Registration Open Now, Canberra Day - 12 March 2018 - National office will close for business, Other News and Events more...

eBlast (1/3/2018)
Wounds Australia Conference Attendance Award,Wounds Australia National Conference - Call for Abstracts extended, Wounds Australia (WA) Clinical Update - Registration close soon, Consensus Document - Surgical wound dehiscence: Improving prevention and outcomes, Upcoming Wounds Australia and Other Events more...

eBlast (22/2/2018)
Opportunity to join Wound Australia Portfolios, Wounds Australia Events Feedback - “Know, Grow and Share in Wound Management’ - 17 February 2018, Wounds Australia (QLD) Clinical Update - Registrations open now - 28 March 2018, In Other News - Research Article - Effective debridement with micro water jet technology (MWT), Upcoming Wounds Australia and Other Upcoming Events more...

Media Release (14/2/2018)
Health professionals keen to learn about wounds management
More than 150 nurses, aged care workers, doctors, Aboriginal health workers and podiatrists from across the region will attend a sold-out wounds management workshop at the Dubbo RSL this Saturday.
Wounds impact on many of our most vulnerable people including the elderly, people with diabetes, and those who have had surgery and other procedures such as skin cancer removal. This practical workshop will help local practitioners develop skills in the assessment, treatment and management of complicated wounds.
This event is delivered by the Western NSW Primary Health Network (WNSW PHN), an organisation that funds primary health care services and supports General Practices and Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Services, and Wounds Australia, the peak national body for Wounds Management. more...

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