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BRIGHTON

Please Note: This event is in the past

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Opening times:
8:15 AM - 3:40 PM
Venue:
Brighton Racecourse, Freshfield Road, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 9XZ
JCN contact:
01789 582000
Venue contact:
01273 603580

Workshops

All of our clinical content is delivered by clinicians who are experts in their field, and our sessions count towards revalidation.

Agenda

08:00 - 09.00
Registration
09:00 - 09.30
Welcome from the JCN/GPN Study Day and Exhibition
09.30 - 10.15
Session 1
Best practice in continence care Coloplast
Sharon Holroyd, Lead CNS Continence, Coloplast; Chairperson, Yorkshire ACA
10.15 - 11.00
Session 2
Identifying wound management goals using the Triangle of Wound Assessment Coloplast
Simon Barrett, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, East Ridings and Yorkshire
11:00 - 11.40
Coffee/tea break
11.40 - 12.25
Session 3
Vascular assessment and patient pathways Medi
Megan Hunter, Adam Hopkinson, Natalie Freeman, Audrey Gillies, Monica Smith; Clinical trainers, medi UK
12.25 - 13.10
Session 4
Venous leg ulcer virtual clinic: Using TIMES to get wound management right Lohmann Rauscher
Joy Tickle, Tissue Viability Specialist, Shropshire Community NHS Trust
13:10 - 14.10
Lunch
14.10 - 14.55
Session 5
Venous leg ulcer virtual clinic: Applying best practice to compression selection Lohmann Rauscher
Joy Tickle, Tissue Viability Specialist, Shropshire Community NHS Trust
14.55 - 15.40
Session 6
Protecting fragile skin in the community Medicareplus International
Sarah Bradbury, Lisa Thomas, Sharon Jones, Alexandra Freitas, Clinical Team, Medicareplus International

Exhibitors

Limited stand spaces are still available for this event.
For more information email Sam on samantha@jcn.co.uk

Maps

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Directions

Brighton Racecourse is easy to reach from the A27 Brighton bypass. If you are approaching Brighton on the A23 you need to go east on the A27. Head for signs directing you to Sussex University and take the B2123 to Woodingdean, turn right at the traffic lights and the Racecourse is approximately one mile on your left-hand side.
 
This is the recommended route to avoid traffic congestion through the city centre, however the Racecourse is well sign-posted if you choose to enter central Brighton on the A23.
 
If you're coming from the seafront head for the Brighton Palace Pier before driving eastbound along Marine Parade. Turn left at the first set of lights into Lower Rock Gardens. Turn right at the second set of lights into Edward Street, then first left into Freshfield Road. The Racecourse is at the top of the hill.

Parking

Parking is free of charge.

Register

Please Note: This event is in the past