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by Colton Mason
8th Meeting of The American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair October 11-12, 2019, Chicago, IL
By Industry News
Woodbury, CT, August 1, 2019 – The 8th meeting of the American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair will once again host a renowned faculty of wound care experts to share innovative ideas in modern wound healing and tissue repair. The College’s mission is to improve public health by leading the growth of a new integrated field of medicine and surgery dedicated to the practice of wound management and prevention.
Course directors, William J. Ennis, DO, MBA, MMM, CPE; William W. Li, MD; and Thomas F. O’Donnell, Jr., MD designed this important two-day event to include three tracks, Clinical, Policy and Novel Theory, and Research and Future Directions, encompassing the multidisciplinary aspects of wound management in the health care environment. General surgeons, vascular surgeons, podiatrists, nurses, physical therapists, researchers, wound care specialists, and other allied health professionals will all find value in the content of this meeting and the opportunity to interact with the faculty. Live surgical cases will also be a main feature on the agenda and attendees are also invited to join in a tour of the International Museum of Surgical Services and Wound Care Exhibit.
More information on this meeting, including the full faculty list, agenda, registration, CME, and meeting location can be found at the website acwound.org. The site also includes a link to learn more about the work of the American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair.
About the American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair
The American College of Wound Healing and Tissue Repair (ACWH) is a non-profit organization committed to advancing the field of wound care through education, research, and advocacy, with the goal of designating wound care as a board-certified medical specialty.
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