Transform your Practice
Accurate assessment and effective treatment in wound care is paramount in improving patient outcomes. Chronic wounds are associated with delayed healing and increased infection - all of which impact on the patient’s quality of life.
It is more important than ever that clinicians are confident in assessing and planning effective wound care. Leg ulcers are identified as the most common chronic wound in the U.K.. It is estimated up to 1.5% of the adult population are suffering with leg ulceration at any one time (Guest et al. 2015).
What is the latest evidence and best clinical practice to improve outcomes for patients with leg ulceration? Join us at our informative study event to find out.
This invitation is open to all Healthcare Professionals involved in the management of leg ulcers and other chronic wounds.
13.00 Registration and lunch
14.05 The changing clinical landscape – Alison Turner, HDM, Activa Healthcare
14.35 The local situation - current clinical practice – Gill Speight, Locality Lead
15.00 New approaches to leg ulcer management – Rachael Sykes, Clinical Support Manager, Activa Healthcare
15.45 Q and A’s
R.S.V.P. by Tuesday, 4 October
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