Program Highlights

  • Diabetic foot Challenge in the region
  • Training workshops for General Surgery
  • Training workshops for IIWCC
  • Intensive research and evidence based practice
  • Critical pathway for foot attack
  • Pediatric wound healing insights
  • New advances in wound care
  • Rehabilitation as a tool for wounded population
  • Debate, “ Pressure Injury or Pressure Ulcer”
  • Pressure ulcer as Key performance indicator
  • Step by step Burns management
  • Cost saving impact
  • Predicting HBOT effectiveness in the region
  • Speaking the same language as a wound care clinician
  • Importance of skin thermometry and TCPO2
  • Community reach, through home care nurses
  • Elderly population, “Moisture associated skin dermatitis’’
  • Skin Tears, complex wounds
  • The needs behind skin closure
  • At the opposite end of the spectrum: wound care in low resource settings
  • Prevention is better than cure: diabetic foot
  • Challenges of Stoma and impact on social life
  • Regional Guidelines for Wounds and skin care
  • Case Reports
  • Wound specialist, “academic career”’
  • Best practices on skin care and prevention of skin injuries in elderly:
  • Organizational aspects of wound center success
  • Expert approach, “achieving functional limb preservation”
  • Hidradenitis suppurativa: a new challenge in wound healing
  • Drug induced ulcers
  • Treatment of malodorous fungating wounds
  • Role of wound cleansing
  • Transformational leadership: achieving sustainable outcomes in pressure ulcer prevention programs
  • PIP, “Setting the bench mark in ICU setting’’
  • Impact factors of Education
  • Networking benefits and outcome
  • Use of social media in wound care
  • Role of dressings in pressure ulcer prevention WUWHS Consensus Document
  • Industry Views and News