Open House Training

Education Sessions for Healthcare Workers

Continence Care and Skin Integrity in Home & Community Settings

Foundations of continence care, wound care, preventing pressure injuries and skin integrity.

Surgical House is pleased to host a series of educational sessions on complex healthcare topics for care providers within the NDIS, aged-care residential or home care settings.

Suited to: carers within the NDIS, aged-care or home care settings. RNs, support workers, home care and workplace teams.

Session Overview: foundations of continence care, wound care, preventing pressure injuries and skin integrity with theory, best practices, real life questions and problem solving, product recommendations and applications.

This session is sponsored by HARTMANN MoliCare and delivered by Clinical Nurse and Educator Tracey Barry.

Tracey has been a nurse for over 30 years, working as a Community Nurse in the UK, prior to moving to Australia in 2014. Since moving to WA, Tracey has worked in community care and clinical nurse educator roles. As a HARTMANN Clinical Specialist, Tracey brings a wealth of experience to her education sessions on the importance of maintaining skin integrity, continence care and wound management.

When and Where

Tuesday 9th April 2024

There are two sessions of approx. 3 hours available (you only need to attend one session time)

Morning - 9.30am to 12.30pm OR Afternoon - 1.30pm to 4.30pm

Location: Surgical House Community Space 46 King Edward Street, Osborne Park (Free onsite or street parking available)

Booking Fee: $16.50 inc GST (non-refundable)

Refreshments including morning or afternoon tea, water, tea, coffee and fruit will be provided.

Attendees will receive a Certificate of Participation and take home a sample bag of Hartmann MoliCare products.