We're expecting 350-400 multidisciplinary practitioners at this year's conference including, physicians, podiatrists, nurses, physical therapists, dietitians and others who manage wound care patients across the continuum of health care. We will be offering CME credit for physicians, CE credit for nurses, CPME credit for podiatrists. Non-physicians participating in this activity will receive completion certificates verifying this activity.
The conference will meet the continuing education needs of multidisciplinary skin and wound healing practitioners, from novice to expert, by providing a forum for educational sessions and interactive workshops that offer comprehensive wound management strategies.
This educational program is designed to be a comprehensive course associated with concepts in the diagnosis and treatment of non-healing wounds by providing clinically relevant educational topics for daily wound care treatment and best practices for optimal patient outcomes.
Healthcare professionals providing wound care including, but not limited to:
l Dermatologists l Endocrinologists l General Surgeons l Infectious Disease Specialists l Internists l Nurse Practitioners l Nutritionists l Pedorthists l Physical Therapists l Physician Assistants l Plastic Surgeons l Podiatrists l Primary Care Physicians l Registered Nurses l Vascular Surgeons
The American Professional Wound Care Association® (APWCA) is a non-profit medical association welcoming medical providers from all disciplines involved in prevention and treatment of difficult wounds. Through a synergy of disciplines, APWCA has been a worldwide leader in the prevention and treatment of acute and chronic wounds since 2001. This association provides an informational and educational forum for healthcare providers, while promoting excellence in wound care and patient advocacy.