Wound Care for Children

Following the Government’s announcement, the TVS Board of Trustees have taken the decision to postpone the TVS Foundation and Advanced Study Days scheduled for March and April.

The TVS do not want to entice Healthcare Professionals away from their clinics/facilities at such an unprecedented time and given the country is now in the Delay phase, we trust that you will support the decision to postpone at such a difficult time.

We are actively looking at alternative dates and announcements will be advised of this as soon as confirmed.

We thank you all for your understanding and valued support.

The TVS Trustees

 

 

Please note this event is now SOLD OUT although you may still register to place your name on the waiting list. Thank you


At the Tissue Viability Society one of our main objectives is to promote learning in the study of tissue viability and we are delighted to offer BRAND NEW Advanced Study Days which are aimed at speciality areas such as Paediatrics, Lower Limb, SSI etc.

These events are designed for those who are confident in wound assessment and dressing selection and for registered nurses and allied health professionals

The Programme

This study day is aimed at practitioners who care for children with a wound or at risk of pressure ulcers. The following topics will be covered by specialists in the field:

• Wound healing physiology and assessment
• Pressure ulcers: Device Related Pressure Ulcers (DRPU) and positioning
• Burn management
• EB and Stoma Issues

Date

Monday 27 April 2020

Time

09:00 – 16:00

Where

Stanborough Centre, 609 St Albans Road, Watford WD25 9JL

Exhibition

There will also be an interesting exhibition of wound care products and preventative aids from our industry partners. The exhibition viewing will be during the breaks and lunchtime.

Attendance

All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance on completing the course.

NMC Revalidation

The event can count for up to 5 hours of participatory learning.

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