GSN-ISEEC Evidence-Based Approaches in Wound, Ostomies and Burn Management August 9, 2010

GSN-International Skills Enhancement and Education Center (GSN-ISEEC) invites all health care providers to attend their workshop entitled “Evidence-Based Approaches in Wound, Ostomies and Burn Management“.

with PRC- CPE Units and International Standard

(Council for Nursing CPE Provider Accreditation # 2009-023)

Date: August 9, 2010


Unit 502 Pacific Corporate Center

131 West Avenue, Quezon City

Purpose of this workshop:

Wound management can challenge the skills and expertise of all healthcare practitioners involved, particularly when patients are at risk for developing wounds and complications while hospitalized. To prevent infection, ensure healing, and manage acute and chronic wounds, caregivers must have access to evidence-based practices and a deep understanding of the principles related to wound care.

Ensuring that your hospital staff is equipped to provide the highest level of wound care requires a comprehensive continuing education program that can be consistently applied across a range of healthcare disciplines, including nursing and physical therapy.

For inquiries and reservation/registration, call or text:

Office number: 355-0615

Globe: 09178217879

Smart: 09301832876

Look for: Adrian Enriquez

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