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The Wound Institute(R) Launches Educational Course on Bacterial Biofilms
Date:6/13/2010

"We are pleased to support this important and timely course examining the hypothesis that chronic wounds may fail to heal because they have developed biofilms," commented Komel Grover, HEALTHPOINT's Director of Medical Education. "With the 'Exploring Biofilms' module, TWI continues to support its dedication to the wound care community with objective educational offerings that we hope will ultimately contribute to improved treatment strategies and better clinical outcomes."

About The Wound Institute(R)

Since its inception in 2005, The Wound Institute has become the industry leader for accredited, interactive and learner-centric continuing wound care education by serving as the conduit for over 80,000 accreditation certificates at no cost to its 44,000+ members. TWI features comprehensive, research-based courses that assist healthcare providers in bridging the gap between knowledge and practice. With its richly animated programs, TWI offers an interactive and innovative teaching style to its membership which consists of nurses, physicians, podiatrists, surgeons, physical therapists and nursing home administrators.

The educational offerings are disease-state based and designed to accommodate the preferences and workplace demands of healthcare professionals by allowing both physicians and non-physician clinicians to complete courses at their own pace. Users simply log on to the site, register, select the desired course, pass the qualifying test and receive CE or CME hours instantly for their course work.* Made possible by the support of HEALTHPOINT, TWI is in its fifth year as a provider of objective, accredited, education modules providing case-based problem solving and continuing education for the wound care medical community. To access any of the modules, register for access at

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