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Wound Care Certification Course Endorsed by the American College of Certified Wound Specialists
Date:2/26/2009

GREAT RIVER, N.Y., Feb. 26 /PRNewswire/ -- WoundEducators.com, LLC, an online educational company committed to promoting the practice of evidence-based wound management, is proud to receive endorsement from The American College of Certified Wound Specialists for our online course in wound management. This esteemed recognition follows a comprehensive review of the company's web-based home study wound course, Evidence-Based Wound Management.

The Evidenced Based Wound Management Course is designed to prepare students to take the wound care certification examination which is offered by an independent certifying board.

Wound care certification helps physicians, nurses, physical therapists and other health care practitioners expand their skills, gain specialized knowledge, enhance their earning potential, improve career opportunities and attain professional recognition within their field. The Evidenced Based Wound Management Course includes an online component with interactive modules, exams and video demonstrations plus a complete training kit, study guide, personal assistance and ongoing support.

The Wound Management Course has also been approved for 27.5 physician, nurse and physical therapist CME/CE continuing education credits.

"We're thrilled to earn esteemed endorsement from The ACCWS," states WoundEducators.com spokesperson Laurie Swezey RN, BSN, CWOCN, CWS, FACCWS. "Going forward, we will continue to serve health care practitioners and provide a total source for wound education."

To learn more about WoundEducators.com or to register for the Online Wound Care Certification Course, visit www.woundeducators.com.

About WoundEducators.com, LLC

WoundEducators.com, LLC is an online educational company. Its mission is to promote the practice of evidence-based wound management by providing information related to the physiology of wound healing, evidence-based wound management and the most up to date standards of care. The company provides an online training course endorsed by The ACCWS to help health care practitioners become wound care certified. The company also offers resources, articles, and up-to-date information related to the rapidly growing wound management field.

About The American College of Certified Wound Specialists(TM) (ACCWS)

The American College of Certified Wound Specialists(TM) (ACCWS) serves to encourage and sustain advanced patient care, education, research, and knowledge in the interdisciplinary field of wound management. Moreover, it promotes the elevation of the standards for the prevention, management, and treatment of acute and chronic wounds, thereby improving the public health.


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