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Modern Small Animal Wound Management

En unik mulighed for at blive opdateret med den nyeste viden inden for optimering af sårhelingsprocessen. Hvilke principper ligger til grund for det korrekte valg af forbindsmateriale til sårets forskellige faser.
 
Program:
Kl. 9.00 Registrering og velkomst
Kl. 9.30 – 12.30 Foredrag inkl. kort pause, hvor vi byder på kaffe/te og brød
 
Tid og sted:
Den 30. april 2014
Auditoriet på Universitetshospitalet for Familiedyr Institut for Klinisk Veterinær- og Husdyrvidenskab, Københavns Universitet, Dyrlægevej 16, Frederiksberg
 
Info:
Kurset foregår på engelsk og henvender sig til smådyrspraktiserende dyrlæger og veterinærsygeplejersker.
Deltagergebyr DKK 500,- ekskl. moms pr. person.
Kurset gennemføres ved min. 20 deltagere og maks. antal deltagere er 60.
 
Framelding til kurset kan ske omkostningsfrit indtil 1 uge før kursusstart. Ved framelding i ugen op til kurset betales
50 % af kursusprisen og ved framelding dagen før betales det fulde kursusbeløb.
 
Speaker:
  Georgie Hollis trained as a podiatrist with an interest in wound healing and tissue viability. In 2000 her career took her into the medical device industry where she began to take a keen interest in the application of wound management products and their role in the animal patient in 2005. Fuelled by a lack of up to date education in this area for vets she began working independently in 2007 specializing in bringing modern wound technologies to the veterinary patient by providing consultancy and education.
Since then Georgie became a council member and Secretary (2007-2013) of the Veterinary Wound Healing Association and now presents internationally on the subject. Most recently Georgie has been invited to present workshops at NAVC (2013 and 2014) at SEVC (2012 and 2013) and has regularly lectured on behalf of BSAVA, BEVA and the BVNA. Georgie will be presenting on behalf of the Veterinary Wound Healing Association at the EWMA congress (2014), BEVA congress (2014), and BSAVA (2015).Georgie is a member of EWMA (European Wound Management Association) and an honorary member of CITER (Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair) and an associate member of the BVNA.
Georgie spends her time delivering wound management education to the veterinary profession and presents as part of the curriculum at both Nottingham and Liverpool Vet Schools. She is most driven by providing accessible education to practices and support for ongoing learning and practical help through her dedicated online resource; The Veterinary Wound Library. www.vetwoundlibrary.com

 

Deadline for tilmelding er den 20. april 2014.
 

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