EWMA Conference 2019

Living With Chronic Wounds

Introduction and aim

With this project EWMA aims to illustrate the experience of the wound patient in a number of recorded interviews with the patient and the health care professional(s) responsible for the treatment and care of the patient, as well as a representative of the health care institution. The most common types of non-healing wounds would be represented as Diabetic Foot Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers and Venous Leg Ulcers.

Objective

The objective is to produce a series of videos that illustrate patients’ experiences and the various challenges and approaches to wound management experienced and undertaken by wound care professionals and their organisations.

The videos will be available for use in education, advocacy activities and various communication activities.

LCWC tour 2018

During summer and autumn 2018, we are visiting a number of wound care clinics across Europe to interview patient representatives and the health care professionals and managers responsible for providing their treatment and care.

Follow filmmaker Aurora Piaggesi as she travels through Europe on the Living With Chronic Wounds tour on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram #LivingWithChronicWounds #LWCWtour #LWCW 

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Pilot videos

Watch the pilot videos from the Diabetic Foot Section of the Pisa University Hospital, Italy (Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria Pisana - Ospedale di Cisanello - Sezione dipartimentale Piede Diabetico). 

In these videos we follow a diabetic foot patient and watch his story being told from three different angles: the patient's, the health care professional's and the institution's. 

The videos are created by filmmaker Aurora Piaggesi. Copyright EWMA 2018.