Upcoming resources

In this section you will find an overview of upcoming projects and focus areas of EWMA.

If you want to propose a project or know more about on-going projects, pleases contact the EWMA Secretariat via ewma@ewma.org.

You can also visit the EWMA resource library to browse existing EWMA resources.

Palliative Wound Care

The project aims to provide a synthesis of the current evidence on management of core symptoms in palliative wounds.

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Cold Plasma in Wound Healing

This document aims to investigate the potentials of Cold Atmospheric Plasma for healing and/or disinfection of wounds and the barriers for the introduction into routine clinical use.

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Home Care - Wound Care

The “Home Care – Wound Care” project aims to ensure that patients with wounds managed at home receive high quality wound care in line with current best practice.

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Leg Oedema Management

The Leg Oedema Management document focuses on treatment of leg oedema and aims to develop a practical guide for diagnosis, treatment and ongoing management.

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Pressure Injury Recurrence

This project focuses on developing an evidence-based educational toolkit on prevention of pressure injury recurrence among patients with spinal cord injury.

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Antimicrobial Stewardship Programme

With this programme, which has existed since 2014, EWMA is continuously contributing to the EU’s commitment to face the challenges of antimicrobial resistance. A number of initiatives and publications have been successfully accomplished, and parallel to this, EWMA has been working on establishing contact and partnerships with organisations and groups that have mutual and synergistic objectives on the antimicrobial resistance agenda. We are pleased to have a long standing collaboration with the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC).

The programme regularly produces new resources supporting the overall aim.

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Compression Therapy Programme

The EWMA Compression Therapy Programme aims to create awareness about the optimal use of compresssion therapy in leg ulcer management by providing resoucer, and explaining why this therapy is a crucial part of effective leg ulcer treatment.

The programme has existed since 2019 and regularly produces new resources supporting the overall aim.

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