Study Days / Seminars / Education Evenings / Conferences 2021

Northland - SOLD OUT Study Evening Wednesday 19th May 2021 'Wound Bed Preparation - Basic Principles'  18.00 - 20.00 - Tohora Hourse, Whangarei Hospital Campus. Enter via West End Avenue
Parking available.
 

Free to NZWCS members - $20 for non-members. Remember to register to attend.

 

Coming Up


Canterbury - Study Evening, Thursday 29th July 2021 'Burns and Scalds'

Northland - Study Evening, Wednesday 18th August 2021 'Managing Wound Infection'

NZWCS 10th National Conference - 9 - 11th Sept 2021 at Claudelands, Hamilton
Registrations are now open - click here


Canterbury - Study Morning, Saturday 6th November 2021 1/2 day 'Pressure Injuries"

 

Above is a list of proposed study/education events planned by the different areas of the NZWCS.


STOP PI Symposium 2020 - held Tuesday 10th November 2020 in Wellington.

These presentations are now only available for members. Members click here to login

 

Wound Challenges in Colorectal Surgery - online Study Evenings 12th & 13th Oct 2020

These presentations are available below

 

Wound Awareness Week 2020 - Skin Tears - 26th - 30th August 2020

The presentations are no only available for NZWCS members - Members click here to login

 

 

 Wound Challenges in Colorectal Surgery

Webinar presentations Monday 12th & Tuesday 13th October 2020

The following resources are intended to support clinicians in the prevention and management of pressure injuries.

Presentations:

The following presentations were delivered at the Wound Challenges in Colorectal Surgery Webinars:

  1. 'Techniques to reduce SSI in colorectal surgery' - John Woodfield PART 1

  2. 'Techniques to reduce SSI in colorectal surgery' - John Woodfield PART 2

  3. 'Colorectal SWD - Assessment and Treatment' - Emil Schmidt PART 1

  4. 'Colorectal SWD - Assessment and Treatment' - Emil Schmidt PART 2

  5. 'The perineal wound after abdominoperineal excision' - John Woodfield PART 1
     
  6. 'The perineal wound after abdominoperineal excision' - John Woodfield PART 2

  7. 'Colorectal case studies and wound challenges' - Jan Johnstone

 

This area contains past presentations from past study days which you might find useful