Health & Healthcare

Falls, Fractures & Pressure Injuries Management Conference – Highlights 2016

Falls, Fractures & Pressure Injuries Management Conference – Highlights 2016

This year at #FFPI16 included presentations from:

Michelle Barakat-Johnson, Sydney Local Health District and University of Sydney
Jack Bell, The Prince Charles Hospital and The University of Queensland
Dr Rebecca Bell, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Margaret Cahill, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital
Leisa Cassidy, The Townsville Hospital
Kerrie Coleman, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital
Prof Ross Crawford, QUT and The Prince Charles Hospital
Rebecca Ferrier, The Prince Charles Hospital
Stephanie Gettens, Metro North Hospital and Service
Donna Hickling, The Prince Charles Hospital
Dr Sophie Jayamaha, The Prince Charles Hospital
Karen Lee-Steere, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital
Rebecca Lewin, Royal Melbourne Hospital
Tracy Nowicki, The Prince Charles Hospital
Barbara Pollard, Consumer and Falls Prevention Advocate
Dr Chrys Pulle, The Prince Charles Hospital
Jen Robertson, Queensland Health
Kate Smith, Queensland Health
Jillian Swaine, University of Notre Dame and Fiona Stanley Hospital
Lieu Trinh, NSW Health
Megan White, Concord Hospital
Clarissa Young, Launceston General Hospital

Falls, Fractures & Pressure Injuries Management Conference covered topics on:

  • Engaging the Patient in Pressure Injury and Falls Prevention
  • Hospital Acquired Pressure Injuries (HAPI)
  • Planning to optimise care- governance, equipment and design
  • An Orthopaedic Redesign Project for Non-Weight Bearing Patients
  • Journey of the Stranded Hip Fracture Patient
  • The Biomechanics of Pressure Injuries Resulting from Falls and
    Tips for Prevention and more.

View Falls, Fractures & Pressure Injuries Management Conference presentations here.

 

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