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From Bench to Bedside: Advanced Wound Care Management with Medical Grade Manuka Honey

NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar: "From Bench to Bedside: Advanced Wound Care Management with Medical Grade Manuka Honey" In partnership with Integra

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From Bench to Bedside: Advanced Wound Care Management with Medical Grade Manuka Honey
From Bench to Bedside: Advanced Wound Care Management with Medical Grade Manuka Honey

Time & Location

29 juin 2022, 18 h 00 HAE

Webinar

About the event

NSWOCC & WOC Institute Continuing Education Webinar: "From Bench to Bedside:

Advanced Wound Care Management with Medical Grade Manuka Honey"

Honey has been used in wound healing for centuries, but only in the last decade have we begun to understand the unique properties of the Leptospermum species.

Please join Dr. Alan Rogers for an in-depth presentation on the science and peer-reviewed evidence of Medical Grade Manuka Honey and its impact on wound healing.  Dr. Rogers will also discuss how Sunnybrook has integrated Medical Grade Manuka Honey into their treatment algorithm to optimize healing for patients with complex wounds. 

Date & Time 

Wednesday, June 29, 2022

6:00pm-7:00pm EDT

Learning Objectives 

  1. Brief review of the evidence of Medical Grade Manuka Honey in wound management
  2. Describe how Medical Grade Manuka Honey contributes to wound healing
  3. Review selected complex wound cases to demonstrate the value of Medical Grade Manuka Honey in practice 
  4. Participate in a Q&A session

Distinguished Speaker: 

Alan Rogers

FC Plast Surg, FACS, MSc 

Plastic Surgeon, Ross Tilley Burn Centre, Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto

Associate Professor of Surgery, University of Toronto

Dr. Rogers is a plastic surgeon at the Ross Tilley Burn Centre, Ontario’s regional burn centre and the largest in Canada. In addition to his major clinic focus in acute and reconstructive burn care, Dr. Rogers provides a unique consulting surgical service for Sunnybrook patients with stage four pressure injuries, necrotizing soft tissue infections, surgical wound complications, hidradenitis suppurativa and lower extremity vascular wounds. He holds a master’s degree in quality improvement and patient safety, is actively involved in surgical education through his affiliation with the University of Toronto, and regularly presents and publishes his work internationally.

In partnership with Integra

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