URGO Medical Webinar Series

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URGO Medical Webinar Series

URGO Medical Webinar Series

 

In April 2020, URGO Medical was excited to announce the launch of its Wound Care Education Webinar Series. This initiative was founded to support clinicians with additional distance-learning solutions, with understanding of the importance of continued professional development and maintaining up to date clinical knowledge.

The series aims to promote evidence-based best practice in wound care and the treatment of hard-to-heal wounds. To support this initiative URGO Medical has and continues to collaborate with experts in the field, who have throughout the series, shared their experiences, discussed current treatment recommendations and outlined the latest clinical evidence.

Find below information about upcoming and previous webinars hosted by URGO Medical.

 

UPCOMING WEBINARS

 

TUESDAY 21st July 2020

DIABETIC FOOT ULCERATION: 

Time: ACT, NSW, VIC, TAS, QLD (AEST): 6.30pm-8.00pm
SA, NT (ACST): 6.00pm-7.30pm
WA (AWST): 4.30pm-6.00pm 

For registrations please contact us at enquiries@au.urgo.com

 

PREVIOUS WEBINARS

 

WEDNESDAY 24th June 2020

VENOUS LEG ULCER MANAGEMENT: Why do things go wrong?

Margo Asimus, Nurse Practitioner & Director, Skin & Wound Care Consultancy and Emilio Galea, International Medical Director, URGO Medical, discuss the Management of Venous Leg Ulcers; unpacking WHY things go wrong and HOW to improve outcomes for patients and clinicians.

TUESDAY 26th May 2020

AN IMPORTANT REFRESHER ON VENOUS LEG ULCERATION

Adjunct Associate Professor Dr Bill McGuiness and Wound Consultant Jan Rice unpack the 3D’s to decreasing leg ulcer healing time: Diagnosis, Dialogue and Decision-making.

 

TUESDAY 19th May 2020

SAVE FEET, SAVE LIVES: An important update on diabetic foot ulceration

Dr Nikki Frescos and Mr Justin Bradley highlight the burden and current gaps in care regarding Diabetic Foot Disease, how to identify and assess the at-risk foot using different diagnostic techniques, and the importance of early intervention and implementation of evidence-based care pathways and treatment.

 

TUESDAY 12th May 2020

ATYPICAL WOUNDS: Being the investigator and getting the diagnosis right

Adjunct Associate Professor Dr Bill McGuiness and Emilio Galea, International Medical Director, Urgo Medical provide an important update to primary care and community clinicians on the diagnosis of atypical wounds.

 

TUESDAY 5th May 2020

CHRONIC WOUNDS ARE CHRONIC FROM DAY ONE

Associate Professor Geoff Sussman and Emilio Galea, International Medical Director, Urgo Medical provide an important update to primary care and community clinicians on the management of chronic wounds.

For access to available recordings of previous webinars contact us.

 

To enquire about education tailored for your organisation please contact us at enquiries@au.urgo.com

Last update : July 16, 2020