EWMA & Journées Cicatrisations 2021 Virtual: Registration

Registration for the Joint EWMA & Journées Cicatrisations Virtual Conference will open soon.

 


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Entitlements

The virtual conference registration includes:
•    Access to live steaming of the virtual conference programme
•    Access to view these sessions on-demand after the conference
•    CME credits (for attending the live steamed sessions during the congress days)
•    Certificate of attendance
•    Access to view all abstracts electronically
•    Access to view all e-posters electronically
 


Benefits of attending the EWMA wound conference

Hear about the latest research in wound management

Attending a conference can bring you new tools, approaches and ideas that you can implement into your wound care work.

If you want to improve your clinical skills in wound management, the EWMA Conference is the place to be. EWMA CICA  2021 will bring together leading experts from around the world to share their knowledge, experience and expertise through a series of scientific presentations.

 

Engage in high-level wound care debates

Listening to and participating in discussions at a conference can serve as an inspiration and help refine existing concepts in your field. 

Share wound care strategies with the best minds in the field and embrace innovation at the EWMA  CICA 2021 Conference. 

The EWMA programme features a mixture of new topics important to the wound community. Sessions deal with the advancement of education and research concerning epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and the management of wounds.

 

Build your professional wound care network

Networking is vital in your career enhancement. It will supply you with valuable insights and ideas from likeminded people and industry peers.

EWMA brings together an international audience working in the field of wound management.