Comprising educational sessions, meetings, interactive events, and social gatherings, the conference targets physicians, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, podiatrists, dieticians, and members of industry involved in wound healing or wound care issues.
This is the second year the Wound Healing Society is combining forces with the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care to deliver the latest in bench research results as well as the latest clinical advances in the field, said Dr. Paul Liu, chief of surgery at Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence, R.I., and a co-chair of the program committee for the Wound Healing Society. This meeting gathers several thousand of the worlds top care providers and researchers with expertise in difficult wounds. We anticipate clinical outcomes, and hence our patients lives, to be improved as a result.
The conference also will host poster sessions on April 25-26. On April 26, the Wound Healing Society will present the Young Investigators Award at its business meeting to a young investigator for outstanding achievement in clinical and laboratory research.
Registration for the conference costs $450 for physicians and $400 for other wound-care clinicians. Day passes cost $200. Students are eligible for a $100 discount on their registration. Reporters interested in covering the conference can attend it at no charge, simply by showing their media credentials.
The 21st Annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and The Wound Healing Society Meeting is funded largely by registration fees and membership dues.
The annual Symposium on Advanced Wound Care is the largest gathering of multidisciplinary wound care clinicians in the United States. Th
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