Programme

Programme

We look forward to 2 full days of high level scientific and clinical sessions, free papers and workshops, networking activities as well as excellent opportunities to exchange knowledge and experiences with international colleagues.

 

THURSDAY 2 MAY 2024
08:30-09:30ECET Opening Session
09:30-11:30 
11:30-12:30ECET Key session:
Modern surgical techniques and implications for ostomy care
12:30-14:30 
14:30-15:30ECET Key and free paper session:
Peristomal skin disorder
15:30-16:00 
16:00-17:00Industry Sponsored Symposium
17:00-17:30                                         
17:30-18:45ECET Key session:
Enteral fistulas
 
FRIDAY 3 MAY 2024
08:30-09:45ECET Free paper session:
What assessment tools are available in the stoma field and how are they applied?
09:45-10:15 
10:15-11:15ECET free paper session:
Are there criteria for choosing the correct ostomy appliance from the wide range available?
11:15-11:45 
11:45-12:45Industry Sponsored Symposium
12:45-13:30 
13:30-14:30ECET Free paper session:
Educational programs in European countries
14:30-14:45 
14:45-16:00ECET Key session:
The latest evidence on prevention and treatment of PU/IAD
 

Health economics of using prophylactic dressings to prevent pressure ulcers and strategies to prevent skin injury due to incontinence                                                                                                                                          

Speaker TBC

 

Clinical challenges and strategies to prevent skin and tissue damage in critically ill patients in prone position                                                                                                                                                                                                            

Speaker TBC

 

Body-worn incontinence devices and their risk for skin damage: how technology and smart materials can help us overcome the risk                                                                                                                                       

Speaker TBC

 

How do community nurses and general practitioners reason when making a wound diagnosis and treatment plan?                                                                                                                                                                                    

Speaker TBC

 The role of clinical nutrition in the management of pressure ulcers                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Speaker TBC
16:00-16:30Closing of ECET 2024

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