EWMA on-demand webinars

On this site you can access on-demand versions of previous live EWMA webinars.

To access the webinars, you are requested to register. The registration provides immediate access to the webinar.   


22-03-2021

Joint BSAC/EWMA webinar on the impact of Covid-19 on chronic wound management and the effect on antimicrobial stewardship

The joint BSAC EWMA webinar includes presentations on the impact of Covid-19 on chronic wound management and the effect on antimicrobial stewardship and the clinical considerations for topical wound antisepsis or systemic antibiotic therapy. 

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10-03-2021

How can data help you and your patients?
Implementation of digital tools in Danish wound management

In this webinar you meet three speakers involved in the organisation, use and development of the Danish solution for telemedicine in wound management. We hope that this webinar will provide answers to your questions about some of the challenges, benefits and possible approaches to implementation of a telemedicine programme in your own practice.

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PPE - a debate about mask fitting & prevention of skin injuries

08-02-2021

The focus of this webinar was how the risk of skin injuries can be limited or avoided via correct use of suitable equipment. The panel included skin and wound experts as well as the users and producers of protective equipment.

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Atypical Wounds - Diagnosis and Treatment

03-11-2020

The webinar provided a deep dive into diagnosis and treatment of atypical wounds, including:

  • An introduction to atypical wounds and their treatment,
  • Martorell hypertensive ischemic leg ulcer
  • Topical treatment in atypical wounds

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Telemedicine - patient and staff education

29-10-2020

The webinar focused on topics such as Patient education and the patient perspectives on the used of telemedicine and staff education and training. 

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Organisation of telemedicine in wound management - Care pathways & teams

07.10.2020

This webinar introduces some examples of telemedicine across Europe; currently in use in Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. Focus is on the care pathways and teamwork supported by the services.

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Safety and regulations in telemedicine

10-09-2020

This webinar highlights aspects related to patient safety, data security and regulations related to  implementing of telemedicine services.  

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The evolution of the management of diabetic food syndrome (DFS)

11-06-2020

This webinar is devoted to the latest trends in the management of diabetic foot syndrome (DFS).

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Dilemmas of understanding and optimising compression therapy in venous ulcers

27-05-2020

This EWMA Webinar will explore and discuss why correct diagnosis and wording is crucial for selecting effective care strategies using compression therapy in venous ulcers.

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Wound care during COVID-19

26-05-2020

This EWMA webinar focuses on wound care during COVID-19, and it is organised in cooperation with the Tissue Viability Society (TVS).

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Telemedicine in wound management: current practice and future potential

05-05-2020

The speakers are discussing how telemedicine is currently implemented in wound management and what are the future perspectives on its consolidation and expansion.

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Personal protective equipment - skin injuries. prevention and management

30-04-2020

This webinar will provide you with a comprehensive overview of the prevention and management of skin injuries related to the use of personal protective equipment (PPE).

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How can health care professionals help chronic wound patients during COVID-19?

16-04-2020

Una Adderley, Director of the National Wound Care Strategy Programme (NWCSP) in England, talks about wound care in the time of COVID-19.  Adderley answers on a range of questions linked to self-care practices for chronic wound patients, use of telemedicine during COVID-19, and much more.

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