NZWCS Study Days and Seminars
Study Days & Seminars 2021
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
Free to NZWCS members - $20 for non-members. Remember to register to attend.
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 - October 2020
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.
The following presentations were delivered at the Wound Challenges in Colorectal Surgery Webinars:
- 'Techniques to reduce SSI in colorectal surgery' - John Woodfield PART 1
- 'Techniques to reduce SSI in colorectal surgery' - John Woodfield PART 2
- 'Colorectal SWD - Assessment and Treatment' - Emil Schmidt PART 1
- 'Colorectal SWD - Assessment and Treatment' - Emil Schmidt PART 2
- 'The perineal wound after abdominoperineal excision' - John Woodfield PART 1
- 'The perineal wound after abdominoperineal excision' - John Woodfield PART 2
- 'Colorectal case studies and wound challenges' - Jan Johnstone