Queensland Education Day 2017

Queensland Education Day

4 July, 2017

8:30 - 3:30

Hear from industry leaders as they explore the latest developments in continence, wound care, spinal care and independence. Review best practice case studies and discover the latest products.

It’s free to attend our Education Days. Tickets are strictly limited, so booking is essential. 

Tuesday 4th July 2017

8:30 am – 3:30 pm AEDT

Featured speakers

Prof Craig Allingham - Men's Health Physiotherapist
Craig transitioned from his career in elite sports medicine following his fourth Olympic Games in Sydney to use his skills with an entirely new client base - men recovering from prostate cancer treatment. Using sports science and physiotherapy tools he developed effective programs to help restore continence and erectile function in these men. 

Dr Michelle Gibb - Wound Management Nurse Practioner
Michelle commenced with the Wound Management Innovation Cooperative Research Centre (WMI CRC) in February 2015 as Clinical Director. In this role, Michelle is responsible for leading the development of the Australian Wound Innovation Centre, the Australian Wound Registry and Credentialing of Wound Clinicians portfolios. Prior to her current role, Michelle led the Wound Healing Service at Queensland University of Technology as Wound Management Nurse Practitioner. 

Dr Neroli Ngenda MBBS, MRANZCOG, FRANZCOG - Obstetrician/Gynaecologist
Dr Neroli Ngenda is a specialist Obstetrician and Gynaecologist. She studied and trained locally in Brisbane, graduating from the University of Queensland followed by training in Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital. Neroli has maintained a private obstetrics and gynaecology practice at Sunnybank Private Hospital since 2002. She is a senior gynaecologist at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital involved in gynaecology and the Vulval Clinic. 

Karen Malcolm - Speech Pathologist
Karen has over 40 years experience in both scope of practice from infants to the aged and palliative management to service delivery models in NGO, Not for profit, education, healthcare and private practice. 

Dr Anthony Kiosoglous - Urological and Reconstructive Surgeon MBBS(Hons) BSc(Hons) BMedSc FRACS(Urology)
Dr Kiosoglous is a Consultant Urological and Reconstructive Surgeon. His medical and surgical training was performed in Brisbane. He completed a two-year fellowship in London, UK, at the world-renowned Guy's & St Thomas Hospital and University College Hospital (Institute of Urology). Dr Kiosoglous' clinical and research interests include Prostate Care, Urinary Incontinence & Prolapse Repairs, Neuro-Urology & Urodynamics, and Erectile Dysfunction. 

Dr Dianne Smith MB.BS - Medical Officer
Dianne is a Senior Medical Officer at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital for the past 20+ years. Her prior training and work has been in General Practice. Dianne is the medical member of the hospital's Multidisciplinary Chronic Wound Clinic and the Multidisciplinary Lymphoedema Clinic. The Wound Clinic provides an average of 1,700 outpatient wound consultations a year and regularly advises on wound care for residents in Residential Aged Care Facilities and to Domiciliary Nursing Services.