One global conference – three time zones

Wounds International virtual event

One unique concept – One unique programme – Three individual broadcasts – Three great hosts

Asia Pacific – Monday 21st June, hosted by HariKrishna KR Nair
The Americas – Tuesday 22nd June, hosted by Dot Weir
Europe, Middle East and Africa – Wednesday 23rd June, hosted by Jacqui Fletcher

The Wounds International Virtual Event will provide key global insight and guidance at a time to suit you. The exciting and varied programme will reflect on our shared learning and highlight changes in wound care service delivery that have resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic, with a strong focus on strategies and guidelines, particularly for challenging aetiologies, which can enable clinicians involved in managing wounds to deliver the very best care.

We will be joined by speakers from around the world and from the global organisations that we work with, including the World Union of Wound Healing Societies, the International Wound Infection Institute, the International Skin Tears Advisory Panel and the International Surgical Wound Complications Advisory Panel.

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Taking place online

Wounds International virtual
21-23 June 2021

Agenda

Day 1

Monday 21st June

Host Dr HariKrishna Nair, commencing at 18.00 HKT

Host’s Welcome (10mins)

What the Slough? Definitions and consensus, International Wound Infection Institute (IWII)

Karen Ousey (UK), Lindsay Kalan (US), Emily Haesler (AUS)

Reshaping the boundaries of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the Treatment of Acute and Chronic Wounds

Session supported by Smith & Nephew

  • Presenting new International Consensus Panel recommendations
  • Introducing a clinical decision-making pathway for appropriate use of single-use and traditional NPWT
  • Learn how to improve your clinical, patient and financial outcomes

Resource area viewing

The Periwound skin, why it matters and why you should worry (ISTAP Session)

Kim LeBlanc (Canada)

The importance of Perfusion in Wound Healing (AAWC)

Tom Serena (US)

Resource area viewing

Surgical Wound Complications – What’s the big deal (ISWCAP)

Kylie Sandy-Hodgetts (AUS)

Wound Assessment in different skin tones

Kerlyn Carville (AUS)

World Union Presentation

Gulnaz Tariq

Host closing comments

Harikrishna KR Nair

Day 2

Tuesday 22nd June

Host Dot Weir (US), commencing at 18.00 EDT

Host’s Welcome

What the Slough? Definitions and consensus (IWII Session)

Karen Ousey (UK), Lindsay Kalan (US), Emily Haesler (AUS)

Resource area viewing

The Periwound skin, why it matters and why you should worry (ISTAP Session)

Kim LeBlanc (Canada)

The importance of Perfusion in Wound Healing (AAWC)

Tom Serena (US)

Reshaping the boundaries of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the Treatment of Acute and Chronic Wounds

Session supported by Smith & Nephew

  • Presenting new International Consensus Panel recommendations
  • Introducing a clinical decision-making pathway for appropriate use of single-use and traditional NPWT
  • Learn how to improve your clinical, patient and financial outcomes

Resource area viewing

Surgical Wound Complications – What’s the big deal (ISWCAP)

Kylie Sandy-Hodgetts (AUS)

Wound Assessment in different skin tones

Kerlyn Carville (AUS)

World Union Presentation

Gulnaz Tariq

Host closing comments

Day 3

Wednesday 23rd June

Host Jacqui Fletcher (UK), commencing at 10am BST

Host’s Welcome

What the Slough? Definitions and consensus (IWII Session)

Karen Ousey (UK), Lindsay Kalan (US), Emily Haesler (AUS)

Resource area viewing

The Periwound skin, why it matters and why you should worry (ISTAP Session)

Kim LeBlanc (Canada)

Reshaping the boundaries of Negative Pressure Wound Therapy in the Treatment of Acute and Chronic Wounds

Session supported by Smith & Nephew

  • Presenting new International Consensus Panel recommendations
  • Introducing a clinical decision-making pathway for appropriate use of single-use and traditional NPWT
  • Learn how to improve your clinical, patient and financial outcomes

The importance of Perfusion in Wound Healing (AAWC)

Tom Serena (US)

Resource area viewing

Surgical Wound Complications – What’s the big deal (ISWCAP)

Kylie Sandy-Hodgetts (AUS)

Wound Assessment in different skin tones

Kerlyn Carville (AUS)

World Union Presentation

Gulnaz Tariq

Host closing comments

Hosts

Host: Monday 21st June

Harikrishna KR Nair, Editor-in-Chief of Wounds Asia; Head and Consultant of Wound Care Unit, Department of Internal Medicine, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Malaysia

Host: Tuesday 22nd June

Dot Weir, Wound Clinician, Consultant/Saratoga Hospital Center for Wound Healing and Hyperbaric Medicine

Host: Wednesday 23rd June

Jacqui Fletcher, Independent Wound Care Consultant, UK

Sponsors

Smith & Nephew

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Wounds International virtual
21-23 June 2021