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  • South Eastern Sydney Local Health District Wound management guidelines and procedures. 
  • State-Wide Equipment Program SWEP provides Victorian people with disabilites or who are frail aged, with subsidised aids, equipment and home modifications to enhance their independence and facilitate commuity participation. Sections for individuals, prescribers and suppliers. 
  • Therapeutic Goods Administration, Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing Assessment and monitoring of activities to ensure therapeutic goods in Australia are of acceptable standard. The Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods also hosted.
  • altTherapeutic Guidelines Reliable and practical publications for health professionals including the 2012 'Ulcer and Wound Management' for an annual subscription.

  • The Royal Childrens Hospital - Melbourne Provides quality, up-to-date health resource information. Search alphabetically for wound/skin related topics including: burns, cellulitis, lacerations, pressure injury and management, skin care, skin infections, wound care and wound dressings.
  • Victorian Government Health Information Pressure Injury online education program for residential aged care workers. Information on Victorian Quality Indicators. 

  •  Well being of Wounds Network Key resource for both those with a wound and for those professionals interested in maximising well-being of those people currently with a wound 
  • new yellow redWestmead Hospital - Department of Medical Entomology Information on supply and use of sterile maggots for use in wound treatment in Australia 

  • World of Wounds A forum for all interested in learning about wound management, enrolling in courses or talking to experts.

  •  Wound Healing Institute of Australia The WHIA is an evolution of the WoundsWest Program, whose assests and services are now more widely marketed nationally through the Wound CRC. Resources, research, education and training. 

  • Wound Management Innovation CRC Integrates and collaborates research into innovative wound management tools, systems and technologies with aim of improving wound management outcomes.

  • new yellow red WMI CRC Wound Credentialing Information on the new Wound Credentialing process in Australia   
  • WA logoWounds Australia National body with multidisciplinary focus. Aims to improve wound management outcomes for all through education, research, communication and networking.

  • WA vic logo Wounds Australia (Vic Branch) Multidisciplinary group incorporated with the national body (AWMA) focusing on state-wide wound management outcomes.

  • Wounds West See Wound Healing Institute of Australia here


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Updated 16 Aug 2017