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Know, grow and share in wound management

17/02/2018 (8.45 AM - 4.00 PM)

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Western NSW Primary Health Network
Dubbo RSL Club, First Floor, Auditorium
Cnr Brisbane and Wingewarra Streets, Dubbo
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Erica Gilbert
02 6813 0916 or 0428 311 887
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This full-day workshop will provide delegates with an opportunity to refresh their knowledge, grow their understanding and share their passion in wound management. This will be a practical workshop delivered by highly experienced wound management experts from Wounds Australia:

Dr Peta Tehan, Podiatry Academic

Peta is the NSW State Lead for Wounds Australia and currently works as lecturer at the University of Newcastle’s School of Podiatry. Peta has many years of experience in both private and public settings, including the High Risk Foot Clinic at the Royal Newcastle Centre. Peta has completed her PhD (Podiatry). Her main wound management interests include high risk foot, diabetes, vascular assessment and pathology in the lower limb.

Annie Walsh, Senior Podiatrist

Annie is currently a Senior Podiatrist at the Liverpool High Risk Foot Service, specialising in the treatment and management of diabetic foot infection. Annie is an associate researcher for the Liverpool Diabetes Research Collaborative Unit based at Ingham Institute of Applied Medical Research. In 2015 Annie completed her Masters in Wound Care from Monash University, Melbourne and she currently works as a unit advisor for the course.

Lyn Thomas, Nurse Practitioner

Lyn is a Nurse Practitioner Wound Management at Greater Newcastle Sector Community and Aged Care Services, Hunter New England Local Health District providing both direct and indirect clinical care for people with acute and chronic wounds in the community and health facilities. Lyn has extensive nursing experience over four decades that has included both inpatient and community settings in urban and rural locations.

Fleur Trezise, Nurse Practitioner

Fleur is a Nurse Practitioner in wound management working in South Western Sydney. In her current role, Fleur manages an outpatient wound management clinic and provides inpatient consultations at Bankstown Hospital. Fleur is a conjoint lecturer at The University of NSW (Medical School) and provides wound related education to medical, nursing and allied health disciplines. She has presented at state, national and international conferences.

Hayley Puckeridge, Wound CNC

Hayley is currently the Clinical Nurse Consultant Wound Management Uniting NSW&ACT, Hayley provides consultation and education related to wound care to a number of facilities. Hayley has a wide range of postgraduate experience in wound management while also completing a Masters of Business Admin (MBA). Hayley has a keen interest in chronic wound management, palliative wounds and pressure injury prevention.  

Nicole Flannery, Wound CNS

Nicole is currently Clinical Nurse Specialist in Wound Management based in the community, Nicole is currently the NSW state lead for education and brings may years of experience to this role. Nicole is currently completing a Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) at the University of Newcastle. Nicole has a passion for chronic wound care management based within the community setting.

Annette Kady, Nurse Practitioner

Annette is a Nurse Practitioner from the Hunter New England Local Health District. Annette is a current member of the Wounds Australia NSW branch and is keen advocate for equitable access and best practice in wound management for patients in rural and remote areas.  Through her work with the committee Annette hopes to enable more wound education to country areas.

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