EWMA 2020, 13-15 May

Living with Chronic Wounds

Objectives

The EWMA project ‘Living With Chronic Wounds’ (LWCW) aims to illustrate the experiences of the wound patient. Filmmaker and storyteller Aurora Piaggesi has produced a series of videos from all over Europe that illustrate patients’ experiences and the various challenges and approaches to wound management experienced and undertaken by wound care professionals and their organisations.  The videos focus on three aspects: the patient, the health care professional(s) responsible for the treatment and care of the patient and a representative of the health care institution. The most  common types of non-healing wounds are represented. These include:  diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers and venous leg ulcers. The videos will be available for use in education, advocacy activities and various communication activities.

At this session, the project will be explored and discussed from different angles. An example of a video will be displayed at the session and commented on by a patient as well as a clinician.


Thursday, 6 June 

11.15–12.15  

Room: F4-5


Speaker

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Introduction to "Living with Chronic Wounds"

Alberto Piaggesi, Italy

EWMA Scientific Recorder & President Elect

Director of the Diabetic Foot Section of the Pisa University Hospital

Department of Endocrinology and Metabolism

University of Pisa, Italy


Making the interviews

Aurora Piaggesi, IT


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Comments on the video

Sebastian Probst, Switzerland

Editor of the EWMA Journal

School of Health Sciences

University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland


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Comments on the video

Ida Larsson, Sweden

Public Health Nurse, Finland 


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What are the indications from the videos, how to use and access them?

Sue Bale, United Kingdom

EWMA President

Gwent Healthcare NHS Trust, United Kingdom