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August Twilight

'Buruli Ulcers'

Tues 7 August 2018

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Wounds Australia(Vic) provides education seminars with twice yearly Twilight seminars held in Melbourne on an evening weekday with trade displays and guest speakers providing the latest information and research in wound care. Victoria’s Regional areas also have access to these events, with live streaming of the seminar to several Regional locations, with the aim of members having access to a Twilight location 1 hours’ drive from their home town.

Wounds Australia (Vic) holds a bi-annual 1 or 2 day State Conference to share local, national and international information and research in wound care.

Wounds Australia (VIC) Twilight Seminar

Buruli Ulcer
Tuesday 7 August 2018

Wounds Australia (Victoria) invites you to join us for an education evening including an expert presentation on assessment and management on Buruli Ulcers, a condition that is increasing in prevalence and causing many complex, non-healing wounds in Victorians.

The seminar will also feature a short presentation on the Strategic Direction of Wounds Australia and an extensive trade display where you can speak with wound management companies about their products, networking opportunities and a light supper.

Melbourne Face to Face Presentation Regional Live Stream Sites

$28 Wound Australia Members
$53 Non Members

$18 Wounds Australia Members
$33 Non Members

Royal Melbourne Hospital
Function Room 
300 Grattan St,
Parkville VIC.

Live streaming is available at 18 sites across regional Victoria.
Go to events.woundsaustralia.com.au
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Daniel O'Brien Associate Professor Daniel O'Brien: Daniel O’Brien is a specialist advisor with the Manson Unit, MSF-UK focusing on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and Buruli ulcer. He is also an Infectious Diseases specialist with Geelong and Royal Melbourne Hospitals, Australia and Clinical Associate Professor with the University of Melbourne, Australia
Anne Buck Wounds Australia CEO Anne Buck: Anne Buck was appointed the inaugural CEO of Wounds Australia in 2016, in which role she has lead the organisation through transition to a national structure. She as previously Deputy CEO of Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health and senior manager with the Australian College of Mental Health Nurses. 

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Victorian Twilight Seminar
Tueday 7th August 2018
6:00 – 8:30pm
Royal Melbourne Hospital Function Room,
300 Grattan St Parkville

Live Streaming to 18 Regional Sites

Buruli Ulcers:

Wounds Australia (Victoria) presents a Twilight Education Seminar on identifying and managing Buruli Ulcers. This event will include an expert speaker, trade display and networking opportunity.
A light supper will be provided, and CPD certificates (1.5 hours CPD) will be distributed after the event.


Registration, trade displays and networking


Welcome & Wounds Australia Update


Speaker 1:  Associate Professor Daniel O’Brien Infectious Diseases Specialist and Internal Medicine Consultant


Speaker 2: Wounds Australia Chair of the Board and CEO presenting:  Wounds Australia strategic direction 


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