HMP Global announced details of the new “SAWC Change” campaign part of the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC Fall), taking place as an in-person gathering, October 29-31, 2021 in Las Vegas.
The meeting has forged partnerships with the Wound Healing Foundation (WHF) and debra of America to support their efforts to advance innovative wound care research and outcomes for patients who suffer with chronic wounds.
For every registration to SAWC Fall, a donation will be made to each association … read more
HMP Global’s Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) Fall has established partnerships with the Wound Healing Foundation and debra of America to boost their research and improve care of patients with chronic wounds, such as those with epidermolysis bullosa (EB).
The SAWC Fall is scheduled to take place as an in-person meeting Oct. 29–31 in Las Vegas. For every registration, a donation will be made to each organization, according to HMP Global’s press release. To register, go here.
Established in 1999, the Wound Healing Foundation is a nonprofit dedicated to boosting scientific research and care of wound healing patients by funding research and promoting education and outreach.
debra of America works to improve the quality life of people with EB. Launched in 1980 to fill the gaps in knowledge about EB, the organization offers free services to U.S.-based EB patients and their families, and funds innovative research ultimately aimed at finding a cure for the disease … read more
and Skin Health at Symposium on Advanced Wound Care
NORTHFIELD, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Medline today announced the launch of a new Skin Champion Program at this year’s Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) in Charlotte, April 25-29. With more than 6.5 million people in the U.S. suffering from chronic wounds, the Medline Skin Champion Program will provide new approaches to those who battle and treat non-healing wounds across the continuum of care and provide easy-to-use education and tools for wound care clinicians and leaders.
Medline also will host a live studio news show from SAWC, featuring nearly 20 key advanced wound care and tissue regeneration opinion leaders who will provide clinical expertise and insight to the more than 2,000 physicians and nurses visiting the conference.
“Wound care has become increasingly complex with the rise in patient acuity and ongoing reimbursement challenges,” says Jonathan Primer, group president, advanced wound care, Medline. “For clinicians, this new landscape is creating greater demand for education and fueling a deeper desire to discover new ways to improve clinical practice and patient care.”
Located at booth 1025, Medline will unveil the new Skin Champion Program developed by certified WOC nurses and designed to provide education and tools that help train their teams to make skin health second nature. Dozens of pre-built educational modules address four common issues impacting wound care, including pressure injuries, skin care, wound etiologies and special populations.
SUWANEE, Ga., Jan. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — SANUWAVE Health, Inc. (OTCQB:SNWV) is pleased to announce that the company will exhibit, SAWC (Symposium on Advanced Wound Care) in Charlotte, NC on April 25 – 29, 2018. This will be SANUWAVE’s first opportunity to present their flagship wound care device, the dermaPACE System, to the U.S. market since receiving US FDA clearance in December, allowing the Company to market the device in the US.
“We are excited to be back presenting at SAWC spring in Charlotte, our first time as an exhibitor in 8 years. Since FDA clearance, the support coming from the wound care community has been overwhelmingly positive,” Stated Kevin R. Richardson, CEO and Chairman of the Board. Mr. Richardson continued, “We are glad to be making our shift from an R&D centered company to a marketing based company. This will be the start of our reemergence in the wound care space.” The Company is using this occasion to formally introduce their lead wound care product, the dermaPACE® System. This Extracorporeal Shockwave Technology … read more