EWMA 2020, 13-15 May

EWMA 2019: Economy of Wound Management


The health economic dimension is increasingly relevant in the field of wound management. The chronicity and the high prevalence of ulcerative pathology are such that their care has become more and more resource-consuming. To give a more accurate picture on how cost-effectiveness should be an integral part of the professional approach to wound healing, three economists who specialise in health economy will present their points of view.

Thursday, 6 June  


Room: G2-3


The basics of health economics: from theory into practice

Giuseppe Turchetti, Italy


Wound management for the 21st century: combining effectiveness and efficiency

Christina Lindholm, Sweden


Management of unhealed surgical wounds in the community in clinical practice in the UK: Costs and outcomes

Julian F. Guest, UK