EWMA 2018

EWMA 9-11 May 2018

EWMA 2018 in Krakow. It is a great pleasure to announce the 28th conference of the European Wound Management Association, EWMA 2018. The conference theme is: Krakow: New Frontiers in Wound Management.

New Frontiers in Wound Management.

The EWMA 2018 conference will focus on the importance of improved and continued education of physicians, nurses, physical therapists and other healthcare professionals engaged in wound management.

Wound care technologies are rapidly developing offering new treatment options, which should be used when proven cost-effective and beneficial to the patients. The development further stresses the importance of up-to-date and continued education in an interdisciplinary environment. The technological and educational aspects are two important elements of seeking and expanding the new frontiers in wound management.

Programme.

The programme features a mixture of new topics which are important to the European wound community in addition to topics that have been popular during previous EWMA conferences. The sessions deal with advancement of education and research in relation to epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of wounds.

Tid 9 maj 08:30 - 11 maj 16:00
Plats EXPO Krakow, Poland
Arrangör EWMA
Kontakt

EWMA Secretariat

Nordre Fasanvej 113

DK-2000 Frederiksberg

Denmark

Phone:+45 70 20 03 05

Fax:+45 70 20 03 15

Email:ewma@ewma.org

www.ewma.org 

Försäljningsplats http://ewma.org/ewma-conference/2018/registration/

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EWMA 2018

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Preliminary Programme

KEY SESSIONS The programme features a mixture of new topics which are important to the European wound community in addition to topics that have been popular during previous EWMA conferences. The sessions deal with advancement of education and research in relation to epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of wounds.

Prel. Programme