International Partner Organisations
EWMA International Partner Organisations are organisations that work internationally, including national organisations based in countries outside Europe. EWMA International Partner Organisations are important collaborators on strategic issues such as:
- Increasing the awareness of wound healing and wound management issues;
- Networking with organisations active in thematic issues related to wound healing and management;
- Scientific cooperation and exchange of conference presentations.
Association for the Advancement of Wound Care
Australian Wound Management Association
Canadian Association of Wound Care
Chinese Tissue Repair Society
Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa Research Association
European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology
European Tissue Repair Society
International Lymphoedema Framework
International Wound Infection Institut
Korean Wound Management Society
The New Zealand Wound Care Society Inc.
Iberolatinoamerican Society of Ulcers and Wounds
Brazilian Society of Nursing in Wounds And Aesthetics
World Alliance for Wound & Lymphedema Care
EWMA Associated Organisations are collaborating partners involved in activities relating to but not necessarily primarily focused on wound healing and management.
Lindsay Leg Club Foundation
The Lymphoedema Support Network
The group of “Other Collaborators” include organisations which have established collaboration with EWMA but not a specific partner agreement. The collaboration may include exchange of conference speakers or collaboration on development of wound care in geographical areas outside of Europe.
Diabetic Foot Study Group
European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology
European Burns Association
European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel
Eucomed Advanced Wound Care Sector Group
International Compression Club
Médecins Sans Frontières
The World Union of Wound Healing Societies
Since 2010 EWMA has collaborated with the Journal of Wound Care (JWC) on publication of the EWMA documents
Practical Patient Care is a long-standing medical journal which discusses the latest trends and innovations in the wound care market