GSN-ISEEC Basic Wound Management and Suturing Training August 2010

GSN-International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (GSN-ISEEC) invites all health care providers to attend their workshop Basic Wound Management and Suturing Training.

3 Days Training with PRC- CPE units and International Standard
(Council for Nursing CPE Provider Accreditation #2009-023)

Speaker:
Ms. Grace S. Navea, RN, BSN, MBA, CPHM, Ph.D
President/CEO of GSN ISEEC

Date: August 23 – 25, 2010
Time: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.

Venue:
Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center
131 West Avenue, Quezon City

Purpose of this training:
Treatment of wounds is a vital skill in the treatment of patients in austere environments. The aim of this class is to allow the health care provider to gain familiarity and comfort with assessment and treatment of basic wounds. After this course the student will be comfortable and confident in initial wound assessment and examination, wound cleaning and debridement, selection of proper closure techniques, antibiotic selections, follow-up care and patient education. In addition, suture skills will be practiced allowing the participants to select the proper suture technique for the wounds they will be commonly be presented with in an austere environment. The suture skills workshop will allow participants to gain exposure to irrigation, wound cleaning, anesthesia techniques and several methods of wound closure.

For inquiries and reservation/registration, call or text:
Globe – 09151138104
Sun – 09335253856

Look for: Vanessa, RN

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