Europe’s largest wound care conference is coming up
Here are the reasons why you shouldn’t miss out on EWMA 2024 in London
EWMA works continuously to improve European wound patients’ quality of life. We pursue identifying and advocating the highest quality of treatment available and its cost effectiveness from a multidisciplinary point of view. We work to reach our objectives by being an educational resource for health care professionals working with wound care and prevention. We organise conferences, contribute to international projects related to wound management, actively support the implementation of existing knowledge and provide information on all aspects of wound management.
Thus, EWMA strives to be the organisation that citizens, patients, professionals, Governments, Health Services and educational institutes come to for advice, expertise and opinion in Europe.
In line with the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), EWMA will promote sustainability in several areas of wound care to address the major challenges of today. Sustainability in wound care encompasses several approaches and aspects.
Specifically, EWMA aims to:
Approved by the EWMA Council 2 May 2023.
Read more about the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals on their website.