Menu
  • News
STUDY DAY: Tissue Viability - ‘The heat is on’

STUDY DAY: Tissue Viability - ‘The heat is on’

If you're a health and social care professional involved in wound care then don't miss out on this fantastic study day.

Packed with information and exhibits, and talks from industry experts covering:

  • Burns and scar management
    by Lesley Street, Clinical Nurse Specialist Burns & Plastics from University Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust

  • The importance of vitamin D for bone and muscle health
    by Dr Yee Ping Teoh, Consultant in Chemical Pathology & Metabolic Medicine from Wrexham Maelor Hospital

  • Caring for radiotherapy damaged skin
    by Hayley Williams, Clinical Nurse Specialist Upper GI Cancer and Kate Green, Macmillan Clinical Nurse Specialist Head & Neck from Clatterbridge Cancer Centre

  • The legal aspects of wound management in court
    by Nigel Chapman, HM Coroner Nottingham (retired)

As well as a fantastic networking opportunity, you can get the latest advice and find out about the latest developments in wound management and care.

 

    The details...

   Date: Friday 12 June 2015
   Time: 9.00am – 4.15pm (lunch and refreshments included)
   Venue: Hulme Hall, Port Sunlight, Wirral, CH62 5DH (with free onsite    
                car parking)


Book your place now for just £20*


To book, or to find out more about the event, contact:
Maria Hughes, Tissue Viability Lead
Tel: 0151 643 5308
Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 


*NB: Places are FREE if you're a Community Nurse with Wirral Community NHS Trust – just remember to check with your line manager before you book.

Last Updated: Wednesday, 02 November 2016 14:47

Search the site

nhs choices           Wirral Community NHS Trust is a UNICEF UK Baby Friendly accredited organisation                                   

Wirral Community NHS Trust is a UNICEF UK Baby Friendly accredited organisation.•

RSSFlickrFlickrTwitterYouTubeInstagram Linked In

Wirral Community NHS Trust is not responsible for the content of external sites.