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    Please see attached details on a webinar hosted by 3M, Preventing and Managing Skin Injuries Associated with Vascular Access Devices.

    29th March 2022 @ 3pm-4.30pm AEDT, 5PM6.30PM NZT

    Kind regards

    Sara Kirby
    Office Manager
    Australasian College for Infection Prevention and Control Ltd
    officemanager@acipc.org.au
    https://www.acipc.org.au
    +61 3 6281 9234
    0431 857 629
    Level 6, 152 Macquarie St, Hobart TAS 7000, Australia
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