WOUND WEEK 2022

For Clinicians by Clinicians

Live in Philadelphia


February 24-27, 2022 | Loews Philadelphia Hotel | Philadelphia, PA

The meeting to promote excellence in wound healing and patient advocacy

Join colleagues in person in Philadelphia to learn, connect, collaborate and be inspired

About Wound Week™

Wound Week™ 2022 is an innovative, unparalleled educational opportunity that will feature superior content delivered by multidisciplinary faculty with true clinical expertise. This conference will allow clinician driven training and education in wound care, vascular and hyperbaric medicine. In addition to education and training, this meeting will offer unmatched clinician networking.

The American Professional Wound Care Association (APWCA) is the Host Society for Wound WeekTM 2022. The Education Planning Committee (EPC), under the leadership of the APWCA provided input to create the agenda and determine the content for the preconference and main conference sessions. The EPC also suggested content experts that could be selected to serve as faculty. Special tracks with emphasis on clinically relevant evidence-based practice standards will focus on specific subject matter, with content delivery by content experts.

Registration is Now Open

February 24-27, 2022
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Philadelphia, PA

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The deadline is February 4th, 2022

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$20,000

 

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$50,000

 

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$70,000

 

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Learning Objectives

Following this activity, participants should be able to:

Identify innovative technologies and methods in the management of chronic wounds.

Identify evidence-based treatment guidelines of diabetic, surgical, arterial and venous insufficiency, atypical wounds, and pressure ulcers.

Understand wound healing physiology and recognize how to identify and correct factors that can disrupt normal wound healing trajectories.

Describe diagnostic strategies to manage ulcers of various etiologies.

Explain surgical and non-surgical wound management protocols and discuss various treatment options including advanced and adjunctive therapies.

Exhibitors

Exhibitor booths are full, mail us to be placed on a waitlist.

( exhibits@apwca.org )

Activity Goal

This educational program is designed to be a comprehensive course associated with concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of non-healing ulcers and chronic wounds by providing clinically relevant educational topics for daily wound care treatment and best practices management protocols for achieving optimal patient outcomes. This conference complies with “Patient Care and Medical Knowledge” and was developed in the context of desirable physician attributes as designated by the Institution of Medicine (IOM) and American Board of Medical Specialties (ABMS) / Accreditation Council of Continuing Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) Competencies.

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Learning Methods

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Educational Sessions

Topics will include, but will not be limited to:

Comprehensive Wound Care Review Course | Debridement Skills | Hands-On Technology & Skills Workshop | Combining Surgical and Wound Care Skills to Heal Foot Ulcers | Arterial Ulcers: Diagnosing & Treating PAD | Diagnosing and Treating Chronic Venous Insufficiency | Nutrition & Wound Healing | Hyperbaric Highlights | Artificial Intelligence | Difficult Diagnostic Dilemmas & Dermatopathology | Pharmacology and Wound Healing | Oxidative Stress | Microbiome in Wound Healing | Vet Medicine and HBO | Operationalizing Management of Peripheral Edema | Skin Failure – Philosophy vs Phenomenon

Venue and Travel


Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s largest city, is notable for its rich history, on display at the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall (where the Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed) and other American Revolutionary sites.

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