Compression therapy education

At this site, we will provide links to relevant online education or face-to-face courses in compression therapy offered across Europe and in different European languages.

Webinars on-demand

The compression therapy webinar is for health care professionals with limited specialization in wound management. The aim is to raise awareness to the importance of this critical therapy so that we can increase use across the UK.

The compression therapy webinar has been held in different languages. Find you prefered version down below.

EWMA Masterclasses on Compression Therapy

The EWMA Masterclasses on Compression Therapy are held annually before the EWMA Conference. The masterclass targets all health care professionals working with compression therapy in wound management.

In this masterclass you will gain a comprehensive understanding of the latest advancements in compression therapy techniques and best practices across Europe, via participaton in carefully designed workshops and insightful presentations by leading experts in the field.

During the three simultaneously run workshops, you will dive deeper into:

  • Ankle Brachial: Pressure Index and Pulse Palpation
  • Types of compression bandages
  • Compression hosiery and wraps

The next masterclass is held 30 April 2024 in London.

E-learning modules

A EWMA e-learning module on compression therapy is coming up and expected to be launched before the end of May 2024. The launch will be announced at the EWMA website and social media.

The module will work as a basic introduction to compression therapy in wound and lymphoedema management and will be free of charge to access.

E-learning modules from other organisations are also available. These are, however, not tested and endorsed by EWMA. You can find a list with examples below. 


Courses by public or private education providers (Not reviewed/endorsed by EWMA group)

You are welcome to send us material that you would like us to share here. The material will be reviewed and endorsed by the responsible working group. 

The working group will also develop new materials, to fill the gaps in existing materials. 

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