One global conference.
Three time zones.

Welcome to the 2022

Wounds International virtual event

Join us

This year’s Wounds International Virtual Conference will provide perspectives and best practices delivered by internationally and regionally recognised experts in their field. The event has one core programme that will be broadcast across three different time zones. 

The broadcast for each time zone will be hosted by regional experts (Dr Harikrishna Nair for the Asia Pacific region, Dot Weir for the Americas and Jacqui Fletcher for Europe, the Middle East and Africa).

Sessions will be dynamic and topical, with updates on the work of key internationally recognised groups.

Taking place online

20th - 22nd June 2022

Agendas

Day 1

18.00-18.10

Host’s Welcome 

18.10-18.30

The international wound Infection Institute Committee: critical updates that will impact on your day-to-day practice

  • Slough: Composition, analysis and effect on healing  – Lindsay Kalan
  • Introducing an international infection definitions consensus project – Emily Haesler 
  • Highlights of the Wound Infection in clinical practice 2022 consensus document – Terry Swanson

18.30-19.00

Clinical decision-making recommendations for traditional and single-use NPWT, supported by real world evidence

Session supported by Smith & Newphew

  • Optimisation of negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of open wounds
  • Using a new decision-making pathway in practice to improve clinical, organisational and financial outcomes
  • Tips and tricks for success

19.00-19.05

Resource area viewing

19.05-19.20

Managing wounds  at the end of life                                                                            

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19.20-19.50

The Evolution of Wound Hygiene: 4 simple steps to proactive wound healing and biofilm management

Session supported by ConvaTec

  • Guidance on how and when to implement the Wound Hygiene framework into practice based on the second international consensus
  • Describing ‘unhealthy’ granulation tissue – a new tissue type
  • Wound Hygiene and it’s impact on patient outcomes

19.50-19.55

Resource area viewing

19.55-20.15

Face up to surgical wound complications – introducing the new ISWCAP consensus document

  • Importance of early detection and accurate diagnosis for surgical wound complications
  • The critical role of post-operative surveillance
  • Education for empowering patients to be involved in their own care  

20.15-20.30

Emergency trauma wounds

  • Military trauma wounds – common presentations
  • Virtual workshop –  Step by step guide to procedures for managing trauma wounds
  • Guiding principles for success and lessons learned

Day 2

18.00-18.10

Host’s Welcome

18.10-18.30

The international wound Infection Institute Committee: critical updates that will impact on your day-to-day practice

  • Slough: Composition, analysis and effect on healing  – Lindsay Kalan
  • Introducing an international infection definitions consensus project – Emily Haesler 
  • Highlights of the Wound Infection in clinical practice 2022 consensus document – Terry Swanson

18.30-19.00

Clinical decision-making recommendations for traditional and single-use NPWT, supported by real world evidence

Session supported by Smith & Newphew

  • Optimisation of negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of open wounds
  • Using a new decision-making pathway in practice to improve clinical, organisational and financial outcomes
  • Tips and tricks for success

19.00-19.05

Resource area viewing

18.30-19.00

Managing wounds at the end of life

19.20-19.50

The Evolution of Wound Hygiene: 4 simple steps to proactive wound healing and biofilm management

Session supported by ConvaTec

  • Guidance on how and when to implement the Wound Hygiene framework into practice based on the second international consensus
  • Describing ‘unhealthy’ granulation tissue – a new tissue type
  • Wound Hygiene and it’s impact on patient outcomes

19.50-19.55

Resource area viewing

19.55-20.15

Face up to surgical wound complications – introducing the new ISWCAP consensus document

  • Importance of early detection and accurate diagnosis for surgical wound complications
  • The critical role of post-operative surveillance
  • Education for empowering patients to be involved in their own care  

20.15-20.30

Emergency trauma wounds

  • Military trauma wounds – common presentations
  • Virtual workshop –  Step by step guide to procedures for managing trauma wounds
  • Guiding principles for success and lessons learned

Day 3

10.00-10.10

Host’s Welcome

10.10-10.30

The international wound Infection Institute Committee: critical updates that will impact on your day-to-day practice

  • Slough: Composition, analysis and effect on healing  – Lindsay Kalan
  • Introducing an international infection definitions consensus project – Emily Haesler 
  • Highlights of the Wound Infection in clinical practice 2022 consensus document – Terry Swanson

10.30-11.00

Clinical decision-making recommendations for traditional and single-use NPWT, supported by real world evidence

Session supported by Smith & Newphew

  • Optimisation of negative pressure wound therapy in the treatment of open wounds
  • Using a new decision-making pathway in practice to improve clinical, organisational and financial outcomes
  • Tips and tricks for success

11.00-11.05

Resource area viewing

11.05-11.20

Managing wounds  at the end of life                                                                            

11.05-11.20

The Evolution of Wound Hygiene: 4 simple steps to proactive wound healing and biofilm management

Session supported by ConvaTec

  • Guidance on how and when to implement the Wound Hygiene framework into practice based on the second international consensus
  • Describing ‘unhealthy’ granulation tissue – a new tissue type
  • Wound Hygiene and it’s impact on patient outcomes

11.55-12.15

Face up to surgical wound complications – introducing the new ISWCAP consensus document

  • Importance of early detection and accurate diagnosis for surgical wound complications
  • The critical role of post-operative surveillance
  • Education for empowering patients to be involved in their own care  

12.15-12.30

Emergency trauma wounds

  • Military trauma wounds – common presentations
  • Virtual workshop –  Step by step guide to procedures for managing trauma wounds
  • Guiding principles for success and lessons learned

Hosts

Monday 20th June -

6pm HKT

Harikrishna K. R. Nair

Tuesday 21st June -

6pm EDT

Dot Weir

Wednesday 22nd June -

10am BST

Jacqui Fletcher

Speakers

Emily Haestler

Professor, Curtin University, Curtin Health Innovation Research Institute (CHIRI), Australia

Lindsay Kalan

Assistant Professor at University of Wisconsin-Madison, United States

Mr Edmund Leung

Honorary Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Auckland, New Zeland

Tomasz Banasiewicz

Surgeon, Head of the Department of General and Endocrinological Surgery and Gastroenterological Oncology at H. Święcicki Teaching Hospital in Poznan, Poland

Terry Swanson

Vice Chair at International Wound Infection Institute, Australia

Kevin woo

Professor at Queen's University; Canadian Pressure Injury Advisory Panel, Wound Consultant, Canada

Bartosz Mankowski

Lindsay Kalan

Assistant Professor, Medical Microbiology & Immunology

Kylie Sandy-Hodgetts

Senior Research Fellow UWA, Associate Professor, Centre for Molecular Medicine & Innovative Therapeutics, Murdoch University, University of Western Australia Australia

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