WELCOME TO VIRTUAL WOUND EXPO

Streamed Live Monday 18th - Friday 22nd January 2021

Watch all sessions on-demand below! 


Delivering five bespoke, therapy-specific zones led by expert educators and key opinion leaders these sessions provide high quality learning outcomes. Virtual sessions take a step-by-step approach to evidence-based management, using case presentations to provide nurses with practical knowledge to take back to the workplace.

Wound Assessment

This session discusses the principles of holistic assessment and explains how they can best be implemented into daily practice. 




Sponsored by:

Medical Adhesive-Related Skin Injuries (MARSI)


Medical adhesive-related skin injury is a major but overlooked problem, with many clinicians unaware of how to recognise and treat it. This session increases understanding of the problem, and provides hands-on guidance on how to assess and prevent this avoidable harm.

Sponsored by: 


Leg Ulcer Management


Best practice for achieving good outcomes, regardless of the clinical setting and the cause of ulceration.

At the end of this session, you will be able to review leg ulcer prevalence and discuss current practice and explore best practice clinical evidence in managing leg ulcers.

Skin Integrity and Wound Infection

​​The focus of this zone is on maintaining skin integrity and the prevention/management of bacterial ingress into the tissues.


Sponsored by:

Pressure Ulcer Care


Keep up to date on the latest developments in prevention and treatment of pressure ulcers.

Speakers

Brenda M King MBE MMedSci, BMedSci, RN, DN,ONC.

Wound Care Connections

Independent Nurse Consultant - Tissue Viability

Sarah Gardner

WoundMatters Ltd.

Independent Tissue Viability consultant

Kirsten Mahoney RGN, Dip Dn, BSc, MSc, IP

Welsh Wounds Innovation Centre

Senior Tissue Viability Nurse and Clinical Operational Programme Improvement Lead

Penny Rubio

Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

Clinical Lead Tissue Viability

Robert Gannon

Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge

Wound Care Nurse Consultant