AniCura Wound Conference
Course content and learning objectives
Wound management is a field that many of us intentionally avoids or handles with uncertainty. After this course you will have gained a better understanding of the different wound stages and how to choose the best treatment for each individual case.
Vets will be more confident in knowing when a wound is a candidate for sugical closure or reconstruction, and how to perform this. Nurses will be more independent in handling wound cases and making treatment and dressings decicions based on best practice, giving a better work flow and increasing the amount of wound cases that are treated in your clinic.
Knowledge level and course aim:
The course does not demand any prior knowledge within wound care. The aim is to increase the skills and confidence of vets and nurses in this field, to minimize iatrogenic injuries and prolonged suffering for our patients.
The course will be held in english.
- Jolle Kirpensteijn (NL)
- Georgie Hollis (UK)
- Ulrika Grönlund (SWE)
Friday april 12th: 8.30-18h
Know your wounds:
- Wound classification
- Recognizing stages of healing
- How to estimate growth time
- When is it surgical and when is it not?
Antibiotics: When and when not, and what to use
Secondary wound management
- Surgical techniques
- Links and complications
Bandaging injuries: What can go wrong?
Saturday april 13th: 9.30-14h
- Workshop 1:
For vets only
15 spots available
Hands on surgical techniques, skinflaps and grafts. With Jolle Kirpensteijn (NL), DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS and ECVS
- Workshop 2:
For vets and nurses
35 spots available
Bandaging and wound dressings; what, when, where and how to use them. With Georgie Hollis (UK), nurse and founder of the Vet Wound Library and Bandaging Angels
Course fee includes lectures, lecuture notes, coffees, lunches and transport to and from the venues from the city centre.
- EUR 340 (+VAT) for two days
- SAVE MONEY! Sign up before December 31st and get a rebated price of EUR 289 (+VAT).
Use the discount code Early bird at registration.
Travel and hotel:
Airport: Flesland (BGO)
The cheapest transport between the airport and Bergen city centre is the tram. Leaves every 10-15 minutes and takes 45 mins. Costs 3,9 EUR. There is also airport shuttle busses that leaves every 10 minutes, takes 20 minutes to town and costs 11 EUR). There is also taxis :)
Please note that the different days are held at different locations.
The adress for friday is: Fløyen Folkeresturant, Fløyfjellet 2, 5014 Bergen
The adress for saturday is: AniCura Dyresykehuset Bergen Nord, Åsamyrane 82, 5116 Ulset
Transportation at set times is included in the price. We reccommend staying at a hotel in the city centre. Please ask us if you would like a recommendation!
Questions about the course or the location ? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Spend the whole weekend in Bergen - Come with us on a spectacular hike!
On sunday the 14th we are planning a joint hiking trip to beautiful Mount Ulriken. We take the Sherpa steps up Bergens highest mountain. The hike takes about 1.5 hours to climb each way. The hike is free exept expenses for transportation (taxi) which we share. Toilet and restaurant is avaliable at the top. Please bring suitable hiking gear (good boots, warm sweater, training clothes, wind and rain proof jacket, water bottle and snack).