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WoundCon Virtual Wound Care Event
WoundCon Spring 2023
Friday, March 10, 2023

Based on the latest evidence and innovations in wound care, WoundCon Spring 2023 offers practical strategies that you can immediately implement into your practice. Featuring free registration for licensed healthcare professionals and the convenience of interactive education with world-renowned specialists on March 10, this a must-attend CME/CNE meeting.

With 2 weeks of on-demand viewing included with your complimentary registration, you can access important education around your busy schedule without the hassle of travel expenses.

Extended Access Passes are available.

Learn Today. Apply Tomorrow.

WoundCon is designed specifically to address the educational needs of a global, multidisciplinary audience of healthcare professionals. We incorporate attendee feedback into each event to deliver you the most relevant and up-to-date education. Join WoundCon for a single CME session or stay for the entire day to engage in presentations from our dynamic speakers.

10
Scientific Sessions
15+
CME Credits
24
Expert Faculty
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Who Should Attend?
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These live educational activities are designed to meet the educational needs of those who are involved and/or interested in the treatment of patients with wounds.

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Nursing Professionals
Physicians
Podiatrists
Physician Assistants
Dermatologists
Physical Therapists
Dietitians
Learn Today. Apply Tomorrow.
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Featured Topics
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As an event best known for its practical knowledge, the 2023 agenda features topics including surgical site infection prevention and management, management of diabetic foot ulcers, wound bed preparation, managing complex wounds, and much more.

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Cascading Effects: The Role of ECM in Wound Healing
Dressed for Success: Cases in Collagen
Skin Failure: Will You Know It if You See It?
Assessing Wounds in Patients With Skin of Color
Diabetic Foot Ulcer Management When Resources are Limited
Wearable Technologies for Chronic Wound Monitoring
Total Contact Casting for Neuropathic Ulcers
Lymphedema and Lipedema: What's the Difference?
Meet the Co-Chairs
Cathy Milne, APRN, MSN, ANP/ACNS-BC, CWOCN-AP
Connecticut Clinical Nursing Associates
Bristol, Connecticut
Jayesh Shah, MD, MHA
President, South Texas Wound Associates, PA; Assistant Professor, Dept. of Family Medicine, UT Health; Associate Professor, University of the Incarnate Word Osteopathic School, San Antonio, Texas

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