EWMA 2021, 7-9 July

EWMA 2020: Undergraduate Student Day

Undergraduate Offer: Participate in Europe's Largest Wound Management Conference Free of Charge

Take part in the Virtual Conference including the EWMA & TVS Session for undergraduate students on Wed. 18 November 2020

Undergraduate students worldwide can (when uploading a copy of your official student ID or enrolment letter) participate free of charge in the EWMA 2020 Virtual Conference the full day on Wednesday 18 November. Students are also invited to attend a special student session providing an introduction to wound management taking place at 12:15-13:15 (Central European Time) on Wed. 18 November. During the session, the participants will be guided by experienced professionals through the world of contemporary wound management. Participation in the conference will give the students a unique introduction to the field of chronic wounds and wound management in general, seen from a national as well as an international perspective.


How to register?

Kindly note that to register you will need to:

  1. Enter the EWMA Virtual Registration system. Use Firefox or Google Chrome for best results. 
  2. Kindly create an account or log in and click Individual Registration. From the dropdown menu choose the participant type k) Undergraduate Student day - Wed. 18 Nov and add the registration to your order and proceed to finalise your registration. 
  3. At the page payment details, click next since the Undergraduate Student Day is free. When you see a summary of your registration please click the green Finish registration button to finish the process.
  4. You will receive an email confirmation. Please check your SPAM filter if you do not receive it in your regular inbox.

Any questions?

Please contact registration@ewma.org 

The Annual Conference of the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) will this year be held virtually and is organised by EWMA in collaboration with the Tissue Viability Society. EWMA is an umbrella organisation linking wound management associations across Europe and a multidisciplinary group bringing together individuals and organisations interested in wound management. Read more at www.ewma.org