6 part series – each session 50 minutes plus 10 mins Q&A
- History: Gather information important to both HCP & the person
- Examination: See the person, region, product, wound & skin
- Investigations: Gain a clearer understanding of each unique individual
- Diagnosis: Define what we are dealing with and what we can expect
- Planning & Implementation: Initiate interventions that match goals of care
- Evaluation: Monitor & measure outcomes
We look forward to ‘seeing’ you there!
What we will cover
During these 6 X 1 hour sessions we will examine the benefits of a standardised approach to wound assessment and management that is relevant to health care professionals caring for those at risk of or have a wound in a variety of health care settings.
Wendy is a respected speaker who has presented and facilitated at regional, state, national and international wound conferences, symposiums, workshops and educational events.
She is an invited expert on local and international committees and advisory groups, and has contributed to the development of international consensus documents relating to minimising wound related pain and optimising wellbeing for those living with wounds.
Wendy has served on Australian Wound Management Association (AWMA) state executive committees, AWMA National Education subcommittee, and was Chair of the Scientific Program Committee for the 9th National AWMA Conference.
In addition to consultancy and educational service, Wendy founded the ‘Advanced Wound Care Service’ – practicing in collaboration with GPs in the primary health care setting, for those with complex, delayed healing wounds.
She actively promotes the importance of a person focused, interdisciplinary team, and the privileged and accountable position held, in the prevention and care of those with, or at risk of wounds.
Wendy is a recipient of an AWMA Fellowship in recognition of her contribution to clinical practice, education, research and leadership in wound management throughout Australia, and the Asia Pacific region.