Introduction to Wound Management: More than a Bandage Solution
Chronic wounds is an under-recognised public health issue, with more than 400,000 Australians suffering from a chronic wound at any given time and although many wounds can be successfully healed through adopting best practice measures, up to 70% of chronic wound patients do not receive appropriate treatment.
The majority of chronic wounds are managed in the community environment rather than the hospital setting, with a steady increase in requests and enquiries coming to pharmacists. However, inconsistencies in wound management practice and outdated methods of treatment are contributing factors to poor health outcomes. As one of the most accessible healthcare professionals, it is important pharmacists are trained to recognise and successfully manage wound conditions to ensure optimal health outcomes for the patient.
By the end of this one-day workshop, learners will be able to:
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|Guild Member Pharmacy/Associate Member||$330 incl. GST|
|Non-Guild Member Pharmacy||$550 incl. GST|
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Accreditation Number: A2018NSWG2
This activity has been accredited for 7 hours of Group 1 CPD (or 7 CPD credits) suitable for inclusion in an individual pharmacist’s CPD plan which can be converted to 7 hours of Group 2 CPD (or 14 CPD credits) upon successful completion of relevant assessment activities.
Competency Standards (2016): 1.4 2.2, 3.1, 3.2, 3.5
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