1 March - 4 March 2021
Georgie Hollis, Founder of the Vet Wound Library & Bandaging Angels – www.vetwoundlibrary.com
Georgie Hollis BSc is an independent specialist in wound management and dressing technologies. She has lectured widely, both nationally and internationally across equine and small animal disciplines and has authored many peer-reviewed articles across the UK and beyond.
Georgie’s day to day role is focused on running the Veterinary Wound Library (www.vetwoundlibrary.com). This site provides a resource for members to access specialist telemedicine support and further education in wound management for Veterinary professionals.
Georgie also heads up her team of ‘Bandaging Angels’ who deliver tailored in house CPD to help practices refine their dressing selection and overcome their bandaging demons.
Georgie is an independent specialist in wound technologies, particularly their transition from human to Veterinary use. She has consulted for many leading healthcare companies as well as lecturing on the subject of wound care at international level. She has authored over 30 articles published in both peer-reviewed and general Veterinary press and continues to deliver education via webinars and in-person (Covid allowing). Georgie is particularly keen to help promote the role of the Vet Nurse as a coordinator and key member of the wound care process.
At home, Georgie immerses herself in the outdoor life with her partner Richard on their small sheep farm near Diss, Norfolk. Her best time is spent riding her horse Zizou and hunting for mushrooms. A keen amateur mycologist Georgie is also a member of the British Mycological Society.