International Skin Integrity Summer School - Day One
NTU invite international visitors and partners to a conference exploring subjects surrounding the issue of skin integrity.
- From: Monday 2 September 2019, 9 am
- To: Monday 2 September 2019, 8 pm
- Location: Chaucer Building, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 5LT
- Booking deadline: Sunday 1 September 2019, 12.00 pm
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There is a growing global awareness of the size and impact of people affected with problems of skin breakdown, vascular disorders and chronic oedema.
The vision for our partnership is to develop a robust international collaboration that places skin integrity as an important global health problem through international research, practice and educational programmes jointly developed and executed. Our International Research and Development Summer School is part of a truly international partnership built with a desire to develop effective ways of working across and between cultures.
This will be the third event of its kind, the others previously having taken place in Nottingham, UK, and Tokyo, Japan. It is hoped that this will continue to be an annual event to be replicated by the visiting hospitals and universities in their home countries on a rotating basis.
This event is part of our week long Skin Integrity Summer School. You can see an overview of all the weeks events, as well as information on how to book onto other sessions here.
|9 am - 9.30 am||Opening Session by Christine Moffatt and the Dean of Social Sciences, NTU|
|9.30 am - 11.45 am||Minimum data set project|
|12.15 pm - 2 pm||International symposium (lunch included), four speakers|
|2.15 pm - 3.30 pm||Masterclass: assessment and treatment of patient with complex chronic wounds and chronic oedema|
|3.45 pm - 4 pm||Break|
|4 pm - 5.15 pm||Public Health/ Models of development|
|5.30 pm - 6.30 pm||Research networking|
|6.30 pm - 8 pm||Free time|
|8 pm - late||Student social activities (optional)|
The NTU City Campus has no on campus parking, therefore we recommend using public transport or one of the many city park and ride services. You can read more about both, as well as information about car parking in the city on our website.