A poster is a visual medium used to communicate a key idea related to research: It presents that idea in verbal and graphic ways. Unlike an oral presentation, a poster does (most) of the talking—it should stand on its own, be self-explanatory (even as it enables conversations with viewers).
Posters should be A0 size (A0 size is 841mm x 1189mm) in portrait orientation. Click here for hints on preparing your poster. Posters will be displayed in the catering and exhibition area for the duration of the conference.
|2||Stoma||Finding the right fit||Kate Brereton|
|3||Stoma||Mad, crazy or to be expected? Katrina’s journey from child abuse, surgical violation and a hernia repair: How stomal therapy intervened to make a difference.||Naomi Houston|
|5||Stoma||Peristomal Pruritis – when itch leads to scratch||Paris Purnell|
|6||Stoma||Innovation in action – a review of a new skin barrier formulation for promoting skin health||Paris Purnell|
|7||Stoma||Diamonds – are they a girl’s best friend?||Kellie Burke|
|8||Stoma||The dark side of a urostomy||Amanda Jones|
|9||Stoma||Pay it forward||Julie Skinner, Lorraine Andrews|
|10||Stoma||Nothing prepared us for Mr M||Rachel Pasley, Lorraine Andrews|
|11||Stoma||Stoma education for the older person is about keeping it simple as 1, 2, 3||Rebecca Howson|
|12||Stoma||PEG in – PEG out||Lorraine Andrews, Theresa Needham|
|13||Stoma||Tu Meke te Peke Ki Ahau – the bag is great to me||Anna Veitch, Lorraine Andrews|
|14||Wound||Case report on effective use of Vacuum Assisted Wound Closure (VAC) system on a diabetic foot (heal ulcer)||Upul Pathmasena|
|15||Wound||Bedside treatment of complex open abdomen||Betty Brown|
|16||Wound||The use of collagen and hyaluronic acid dressing in peristomal wound care||Sunny Wu|