Wound Seminar - A call to action: Translating research to improve chronic wound outcomes

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Wound Seminar - A call to action: Translating research to improve chronic wound outcomes


Tuesday 27 March 2018 @ 8:30am – 3:30pm


Monash University, Clayton Campus Centre
21 Chancellors Walk, Level 1, Banquet Room


The burden of chronic wounds in Australia continues to grow. The personal and financial impact on patients, carers and health service organisations can be minimised by translating novel research findings into clinical care. The speakers will give an overview of how to optimise management to improve the quality of care for people suffering with pressure injury and venous leg ulcers. 

Come and hear the latest innovative research initiatives that can help you implement best practice to optimise patient outcomes and decrease costs in your organisation.


  • Wound care in the UK: An update of best practice approaches
  • Novel & innovative interventions to improve venous leg ulcer healing
  • Decreasing the frequent flyer model of venous leg ulcer recurrence: Best practice model of care
  • Pressure injury mortality amongst nursing home residents reported to Australian coroners
  • Pressure injury prevention in clinical care: Three things that will make a difference
  • Clinical judgements & decision making for venous leg ulceration – Getting it right
  • Aspirin in venous leg ulcer (ASPiVLU) clinical trial recruitment: Clinician & patient perspectives
  • Strategies for developing exercise interventions for adults with venous leg ulcers
  • Effects of nutrition in venous leg ulcer healing: A systematic review
  • Panel discussions

For full details of the event including our program, list of speakers and their biography, visit our webpage:  https://www.monash.edu/medicine/nursing/research/wound-seminar

Pre-event information will be sent to registrants via email.

Note: Programs are subject to change


  • Wound care clinicians, patient representatives, health professionals, researchers, industry partners and policy makers.
  • All those interested in improving the quality of care and healing outcomes for people with chronic wounds.

Registrants to present a valid photo ID (e.g. driving licence) and a receipt when gaining entry and collecting a Certificate of Participation.


RegistrationEarly Bird Fee
Ends -11 March 18
Standard Fee
Standard registration $110 $220
Group registration for 4 or more people* $100pp $200pp
Monash staff & Monash affiliated partners** $80 $150
Student & concession registration*** $50 $100
Group registration of 4 or more students or concessions*,*** $50pp

*  Group registration must be completed in one transaction to attract the discounted rate.
IMPORTANT: Please fill the registration fields and Add to cart separately for each attendee and click the shopping cart icon on the top right of the page to Go to checkout and process the payment together.

**  Registrants must have a valid staff ID card from the organisation.

*** Registrants must have a valid student ID card or concession card.


  • For cancellations made by Monday 26 February, your registration fee will be refunded in full.
  • No refunds will be given for cancellations made after Monday 26 February.
  • Full refund is applicable when:
    • Monash University cancels the event
    • Registrants are unable to attend the event because of special or extenuating personal circumstances (e.g. illness, disability, or death). Documentary evidence must be provided in support of an application for a refund under this provision.


More Information
Contact Name Monash Nursing & Midwifery Research Office
Contact Email med-nursing-research@monash.edu
Contact Phone +61 3 9904 4378
Website https://www.monash.edu/medicine/nursing/research/wound-seminar