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Bournemouth

Please Note: This event is in the past

Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Opening times:
8:15 AM - 3:40 PM
Venue:
AFC Bournemouth Vitality Stadium , Vitality Stadium Dean Court Kings Park , BH7 7AF
JCN contact:
01789 582000

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 to the JCN/GPN study day and exhibition
09.30 - 10.15
Session 1
Moisture-associated skin damage: focus on intertrigo Coloplast
David Voegeli, Mark Collier, Janice Bianchi
10.15 - 11.00
Session 2
Triangle of Wound Assessment and dressing choice Coloplast
Simon Barrett, Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist, East Ridings and Yorkshire
11:00 - 11.40
Coffee/tea break
11.40 - 12.25
Session 3
Embracing self care to transform venous leg ulcer management Lohmann Rauscher
Joy Tickle, Tissue Viability Specialist, Shropshire Community NHS Trust
12.25 - 13.10
Session 4
Exudate management in patients with venous leg ulcers Lohmann Rauscher
Joy Tickle, Tissue Viability Specialist, Shropshire Community NHS Trust
13:10 - 14.10
Lunch
14.10 - 14.55
Session 5
Wound care in patients with mental health problems Lohmann Rauscher
Adele Linthwaite, Anita Kilroy-Findlay, Rosie Callaghan
14.55 - 15.40
Session 6
A patient's experience of urology and continence care Medicareplus International
Val Ward, Clinical Nurse Specialist, ConvaTec

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

The ground is within walking distance of both Bournemouth and Pokesdown train stations, as well as being serviced by buses. 

AFC Bournemouth is located just outside of Bournemouth in Kings Park. The postcode is BH7 7AF.

When driving to the ground, follow the brown road signs with a football logo to get to Vitality Stadium. Please note, some of the signs may refer to the ground as Dean Court. 

Travelling from the north:  Leave the M40 at junction 9, taking the A31 / A34 exit. At the Wendlebury Interchange, take the 3rd exit onto the A34 towards Oxford / Newbury. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the M3. Follow the M27 and A31, exiting onto the A338 towards Bournemouth. Take the exit towards Boscombe, taking the second exit at the roundabout, into King?s Park Drive. The ground is on the left.

Travelling from the South east: Follow the A27, M27 and A31, exiting onto the A338 towards Bournemouth. Take the exit towards Boscombe, taking the second exit at the roundabout into Kings Park Drive. The ground is on the left. 

Travelling from the south west: Follow the A35 to the A338. On the A338 take the slip road to the Springbourne Roundabout signposted Kings Park. Take the third exit off the roundabout and at the fire station stay in the left hand lane and turn left onto Holdenhurst Road. Stay to the left and go straight through at the traffic lights (the Queens Park Pub should be on your right). Take the third exit at the small roundabout and into Kings Park itself.

Travelling by bus: More Bus Wilts & Dorset provides bus routes from Lymington, Salisbury, Poole and Boscombe which brings supporters within walking distance of the stadium. To plan your journey or for more information, click here. 

Yellow Buses also deliver a range of routes that pass through Bournemouth and by Pokesdown train station, bringing fans to within five minutes of the stadium. To plan your journey or for more information, click here. 

Travelling by train:

Pokesdown Station 

The nearest train station to the stadium is Pokesdown, which is roughly a mile from the and around a 15 minute walk away. Exit the station and turn right down the main Christchurch Road (A35) for 400m and turn right into Gloucester Road. Follow the road to the bottom to arrive at Vitality Stadium. 

 

Bournemouth Station 

A large majority of trains arrive at Bournemouth Central, which is a 30 minute walk. Leave the station by the south exit, (facing Asda) and turn left to head towards the main road. Turn left again and walk straight up Holdenhurst Road for around 25 minutes, until you reach a roundabout at which you turn right into Kings Park Drive. The ground is on the left.

Parking

Please note the car park at the stadium is council owned and charges apply between 8am-6pm.

Register

Please Note: This event is in the past