In the latest edition of Adjacent Government, Sebastian Probst and Georgina Gethin, two of the authors of the EWMA Home Care-Wound Care document, outline the challenges of delivering wound care in the home environment.
EWMA has the pleasure of presenting the October 2014 issue of the EWMA Journal. Read this issue of EWMA Journal online here.
In the new October Issue of the EWMA Journal we focus on the theme: Wound care shaping the future...[more]
To promote the belief that all patients deserve the access to a skilled and knowledgeable healthcare team, the two EWMA partner organisations, World Alliance for Wound and Lymphedema Care (WAWLC) and the Canadian Association of...[more]
Selected sessions from the EWMA-GNEAUPP 2014 Conference are now available online through Youtube.
Did you miss a session during the conference? Then find all the individual sessions here. [more]
The EWMA President, Salla Seppänen has written an article on "Working 'Smart' in Wound Care", published in the latest edition of Adjacent Government. Mrs. Seppänen discusses the state of wound care today and the...[more]
EWMA has accepted an invitation from IWDGF and IDF Consultative Section on the Diabetic Foot to take active part in the “Train the Foot Trainer” programme.EWMA will specifically help identify and encourage experts on diabetic...[more]
In this issue:
EWMA-GNEAUPP 2014 CONFERENCE
EWMA COUNCIL ELECTION
EWMA 2015 IN LONDON[more]
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