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European Wound Management Association





The European Wound Management Association (EWMA) was founded in 1991, and the association works to promote the advancement of education and research into native epidemiology, pathology, diagnosis, prevention and management of wounds of all aetiologies.

World Union of Wound Healing Societies





Mission: -

To Enhance the Life of Persons with Wounds Worldwide.

Vision: The World Union of Wound Healing Societies will:

Improve wound care standards for patients, healthcare professional performance and to facilitate universal access in all health care systems.

Educate all health care professionals in interdisciplinary team approaches that deliver best practices for improved patient outcomes.

Disseminate the educational and training toolkits created in practical, relevant and adaptable formats to meet local needs including developed, developing and emerging health care systems.

Appraise and organize the evidence base to facilitate best practices to optimize patient care.

Co-ordinate a world wide exchange of information between wound societies and other relevant stakeholders including international and global agencies

European Tissue Repair Society



The European Tissue Repair Society, a non-profit making organisation founded in 1988, aims to promote knowledge and interchange between scientists, healthcare professionals, industry and other individuals that have an interest in tissue repair of all organs.

The Society has an annual meeting and a number of focus meetings each year concentrating on different aspects of tissue repair, ranging from basic science to clinical aspects of healing.

Wound Healing Society




The Wound Healing Society is a non-profit organization composed of clinical and basic scientists.

The Society provides a forum for interaction among scientists, physicians, licensed practitioners, industrial representatives and government agencies.

Membership to the Society is open to individuals who have a demonstrated interest in the field of wound healing.

Canadian Association of Wound Care



The Canadian Association of Wound Care (CAWC) is a not-for-profit organization that was formed in 1995.

The CAWC is dedicated to the advancement of wound care in Canada by co-ordinating a collaborative, interdisciplinary effort among individuals and organizations involved with wound caring.

The association's efforts are focused on five key areas: public policy, clinical practice, education, research and connecting with the international wound care community.

The CAWC works to significantly improve patient care, clinical outcomes and the professional satisfaction of wound care clinicians.