New for WoundSource in 2020

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By Miranda Henry, Editorial Director of WoundSource

Whether meeting with patients via telehealth at your home-based office or doing rounds at the clinic, WoundSource is still there to provide you with the most trusted and up-to-date wound care education and product information.

New for WoundSource in 2020

WoundSource 2020 offers you access to the latest advancements in wound management, providing you with a critical bridge to the medical device market. In keeping pace with the evolving market of wound care products, there are new product listings covering the span of WoundSource; from Cellular and/or Tissue-Based Products to Wound Care Training Tools. Look for the “New” icon throughout the product reference guide, which indicates the devices and technologies that have been newly added to WoundSource this year.

2020 has been a big year for WoundSource. We hosted the first-ever online virtual wound care conference, WoundCon® Spring, on April 2nd.

Over 6,000 health care providers from over 100 countries attended this ground-breaking event. WoundCon, featured 13 sessions presented by over 30 top educators in wound care, an online exhibit hall and networking opportunities throughout the conference.

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WoundSource is offering two more conferences in 2020: WoundCon Summer, on July 17th, and WoundCon Fall, scheduled to take place on November 13. There are no registration fees for licensed health care professionals to attend WoundCon, and the conferences offer free CE/CME credit. Visit WoundCon.com for more information and to register for our upcoming events.

New Education Opportunities with WoundSource

In case you missed the WoundCon Spring and Summer online conferences, you can still gain access to the sessions on-demand through the newly launched WoundSource Academy online learning portal. Earn CE/CME credit at your own pace, 24/7. Visit WoundSourceAcademy.com to learn more; new activities are frequently being added, so bookmark this page and come back often.

Keep Up-to-Date

Also, be sure to follow us throughout 2020 as we continue the WoundSource Practice Accelerator, an online education series that explores a specific topic in wound care each month. Our fall schedule will include topics such as lower extremity wound management and surgical site infection prevention. Go to WoundSource.com to sign-up for our enewsletter, which will provide you with free resources from the WoundSource Practice Accelerator series, as well as regular updates on our upcoming webinars, WoundCon conferences, WoundSource Academy, the White Paper Center, and more.

WoundSource’s mission is to make the latest evidence-based wound care education available to all health care providers around the world. Join our growing global community of woundologists in advancing the practice of wound care by leveraging our growing resources and online learning opportunities. We look forward to serving you in the months and years to come.

About the Author
Miranda Henry is the Editorial Director of WoundSource.

The views and opinions expressed in this blog are solely those of the author, and do not represent the views of WoundSource, Kestrel Health Information, Inc., its affiliates, or subsidiary companies.

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